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‘You Copied My S—t’: Dennis Rodman Accuses Travis Scott of Copying His Sneaker Design, Claims He Was the First to Flip the Nike Logo Backward

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Dennis Rodman wants credit for influencing Travis Scott and Nike’s sneaker collaboration.The Naismith Hall of Fame inductee has accused the hip-hop artist of stealing the backward swoosh concept that has been featured on Scott’s Air Force 1 and Jordan 6 silhouettes.Rodman claims he is the reason their globally recognized logo was flipped more than two decades ago. A video of The Worm at the 2023 Chicago Got Sole sneaker convention recently began circulating on social media, drawing attention to the trademark. In it, Rodman is shown addressing the design controversy as he holds up the mocha colorway of the Travis Scott 1s.“Travis Scott has copied my shoe,” declared the five-time NBA Championship winner about the high-top sneaker that retails for $175.