The latest episode of Sole Collector's series Full Size Run features Roc-A-Fella co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke, who sat down to discuss the label's history with the Air Force 1. Alongside highlighting Kanye's impact on sneaker culture and sharing his thoughts on Drake possibly leaving Jordan Brand for Adidas, Biggs also spoke about whether Nelly took the Air Force 1 from Roc-A-Fella.
At the 6:30 mark in the video, he explained, "I mean, I don't really go into that. A sneaker's love is all over. If someone gravitates towards something and wants to put it in a song, or something like that, more kudos to them. It's not a taking or jacking kind of thing. We don't got equity in Nike. We don't own that sneaker. And what he was talking about at the time didn't have the Roc-A-Fella logo on it."
As for his thoughts on Drake and Jordan Brand, he said, "A lot of people are big in music, it doesn't mean they're big as a brand. There are a lot of artist[s] that sell records, but that doesn't mean they can sell things outside of that. Doesn't mean that kids wanna dress like them or be like them. There's other guys that sold much more than them, but doesn't mean that if you put a sneaker on them, that they were gonna sell sneakers and clothes."
Watch the full episode of Full Size Run above.