Spike Lee Shows off Custom Anti-Trump Jordans

“REPEL AGENT ORANGE” and “RESIST.”

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Legendary American film director Spike Lee has taken to his personal Instagram account to show off his custom-made, anti-Trump Black History Month Air Jordan 1s. With the words “REPEL AGENT ORANGE” and “RESIST” written across the shoes, we all know which side Lee stands on. The words on his sneakers reference A Tribe Called Quest, Anderson .Paak and Busta Rhymes’s “Agent Orange” nickname for Trump. This is not the first time Lee has been politically outspoken, previously protesting the Oscars and joining the rest of hip-hop in throwing shade at Chrisette Michele for performing at Trump’s presidential inauguration.

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