The Yeezy boost 350 in pirate black was released this past Saturday. I purposely logged on to social media just so I can see kids -- and grown men get emotional over missing out on a pair of sneakers. The era I come from looks at this kind of stuff sideways. They're only sneakers y'all! Here are some of the funniest salty social media posts surrounding the Yeezy Boost 350 release.
Before the release it was all fun and games....
Really dawg? In my eyes you're 0/ infinity. Emotional technical foul.
Word son? @wex1200 is Adidas Global Director of entertainment & influencer marketing. Displacing your frustrations on someone who has nothing to do with how a shoe is retailed is pointless and petty. Plus you look just like the pic in our minds now. Jus...
What is under 6 feet, full of energy and can leap tall NBA centers in a single bound? Nate Robinson of course! Lil Nate personified the phrase "Big things come in small packages" by leaving us all speechless after the 2009 Slam Dunk Championship. By defeating Superman (Dwight Howard) Nate proved himself worthy of a custom green Kryptonate shoe.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — When Chad Jones was a kid, his mom used to poke fun at him for his fascination with basketball sneakers. Little did she know that all these years later her son would wind up with more than 1,000 pairs of sneakers and an amazing story to go with it.
Growing up in Brooklyn, Jones was all about sneakers and the culture that surrounded them. What fueled Chad's desire to build a collection of exotic kicks over the years? Maybe it was the fact that Michael Jordan and Jones were both from BK—MJ is Jones' favorite player.