A few hours after Stormzy’s performance on Sunday night at Wembley, the spirits warmed up on Twitter with the heart of the debate, a future Yeezy 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 that the Yeezy Mafia quickly declared fake . An avalanche of tweets and photos, which have since been removed, questioned the legitimacy of the pair worn during an event of this magnitude.
In the unlikely exchange between the rapper and the group of leakers, the authenticity of the box and its serial number was also disputed, while hundreds of Internet users feasted on an unprecedented show. Coming to save the sponsored grime artist, adidas Entertainment Division vice president Jon Wexler finally emerged to ensure the pair’s legitimacy.
While triggering many reactions, the intervention of the framework of the German brand could however be questioned, in the case where the rapper made a big mistake that only a top adidas could have made up for. To be clear, it will now await the official release of the new Yeezy Beluga 2.0. and the reactions of Yeezy Mafia that will follow.