"That was probably one of the first really, really insidery shoes that I was able to get based on who I was, and the fact that people respected me as a sneaker head. A lot of other times, to be honest, money kind of made it happen. But this was one where people were like, 'Yo, my man wants to make sure you get this shoe. It's just a hot shoe in Houston.' Then after that is when you get on 'the list' and start getting a lot of other stuff. And I didn't think there was any way I was going to get my hands on this shoe. I didn't wear it until the 25-year Air Force 1 Anniversary party that they had in New York, because I wanted to make sure I had the most gangster Texas shoe that was made."