We’re only a few weeks removed from Kanye West calling out Adidas for its Adilette 22 Slides, and now, the Three Stripes is facing more accusations of copying work .

Donny the Dybbuk took to his Instagram to call out a recent Adidas Nizza release that shows a strong resemblance to one of his own. The designer’s key issue with the alleged copycat sneaker is the drip effect on the side’s Three Stripes branding that extends onto the midsole.

Donny the Dybbuk Adidas Nizza Copycat
Image via Donny the Dybbuk

Donny the Dybbuk revealed in the Instagram caption that Adidas hired him in the past few years to create a custom Adidas Campus colorway. The custom featured the same drip detail on the Three Stripes logo. The designer and the brand also collaborated in the past on a custom Forum Low colorway, seen below, that was part of a special giveaway.

Donny the Dybbuk x Adidas Forum Low Custom
Image via Donny the Dybbuk

“@adidas hired me a couple years ago to make and post a custom pair for them. Now they just dropped the top shoe in stores with no mention of the kid,” Donny the Dybbuk wrote for the caption. “Bottom two are my creations. My designs from 2018 are still being applied to the biggest billion dollar companies in the world. ANOTHER PROOF OF CONCEPT. They really tryin hard to catch up lol.”

The Adidas Nizza bearing the drip detail is currently available at Adidas.com in kids’ sizing for a retail price of $60.

Adidas did not respond to a request for comment.

Donny the Dybbuk x Adidas Customs
Image via Donny the Dybbuk