Over the past few weeks, Fat Joe’s name has been making frequent appearances in headlines on sneaker blogs, especially those that have got nothing to do with a potential Jordan release date 2015 or 2016. First, Fat Joe posted a photo on Instagram account, giving his followers of the mishap he recently suffered after lacing up in his Black/Metallic Gold Air Jordan 6 “DMP” for the very first time. Recently, Fat Joe also posted a photo showcasing what appeared to be the “Sacramento” colorway of the Air Jordan 8 Low, which is an exclusive 1-of-1 pair.
It is likely that every sneakerhead is well-aware of what it feels like to finally cop their favorite kicks. Similarly, the worst thing that can happen to a sneakerhead is when the sneakers they love fall apart, with the sole separating from the upper, the very first time they decide to wear them. Unfortunately, this is precisely the setback that rapper Fat Joe suffered from when he decided to try out his Air Jordan 6 “DMP” pair that he had just copped. Fortunately, his 1-of-1 Air Jordan 8 Low “Sacramento” pair did not suffer the misfortune, judging from the photo he posted on his Instagram account. Whether or not more pairs of the colorway exist, but it cannot be denied that Fat Joe’s rare kicks are dope.
However, Fat Joe did not stop there. This time, he posted photos of a never-before-seen rendition of the Air Jordan 4 on his Instagram account, which are probably some of the most exceptional and remarkable kicks sneakerheads have ever seen. Some of them may even mistake the pair for the Air Jordan 4 “Eminem,” but it is not excactly the same. The heel tab and the insides of the tongue feature special Terror Squad “TS” tags. It is also unlike that Fat Joe’s Air Jordan 4 pair is fake because both Jordan Brand and Nike have given him exclusive Terror Squad sneakers in the past.
By now, sneakerheads are probably wishing that Jordan Brand mass produces Fat Joe’s Terror Squad Air Jordan 4 pair, so that it may get a Jordan release 2015, but that is far from likely. It is a well-known fact that exclusive kicks like these rarely make it to retailers.