Celebrity Feet: Bun B – Spokesperson for Cadillac Sneakers

August 24, 2010 BY

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Cadillac grills, Cadillac mills. Check out the oil on my Cadillac…sneakers? On a scale of 1-to-10, that might score a negative-three in the make-sense-o-meter. Cadillac, the luxury subsidiary of General Motors, has embarked upon a new endeavor of sorts, as the auto company known for its stretch coupes or more recently its daunting SUVs is now trying its hand with sneakers, and its employing the help of Bun B, a hip-hop recording artist who is also recognized for his penchant for flashy footwear. Bun B’s been spotted with Space Jam-esque kicks recently, like the Air Jordan XI Retro to a pair of Space Jam Bespokes, but this new pair is indeed a set of Cadillacs in a piano black patent leather and mesh-type material underlay. A Cadillac crest logo is also placed adroitly on the rear heel of the midsole as well. Take a look at Bun B’s newest kicks and let us know what you think of this latest partnership. via FRESHNESS.

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