Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins said he won’t wear his Yeezy 350 Boosts cleats designed by Kanye West again after he was fined $6,000 for wearing them Sunday against the Chicago Bears.
The “Turtle Dove” Yeezys that Hopkins wore were gifts from West and Adidas last week. Hopkins was fined because the cleats broke the NFL uniform policy by not having a solid base color.
Hopkins said he would not wear the cleats again in a game unless, “Kanye wants to pay the fine.”
Hopkins signed a contract with Adidas during the offseason.
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