Eminem Donating Rare Jordan Shoes for COVID-19 Relief

He happens to have an extra pair

April 29, 2020

As artists and celebrities across the spectrum find creative ways to raise awareness and funds for COVID-19 relief, some are diving deep into their personal collections to lend a helping hand.

Detroit rapper Eminem is the latest to throw his hat, or rather his shoes, into the ring with the proceeds going to the World Health Organization.

Up for grabs are a pair of Jordan 4 Retro "Carhartt x Eminem" size 10 and a half's, with a vintage "Detroit Slim" shirt, size XL, thrown in as a bonus. The sneakers, one of just ten pair, were created in 2015 to benefit the Marshall Mathers Foundation and have fetched between $20-$30K in the past.

Tickets for the auction only cost $10 so if you're a big fan of Slim Shady, or ultra-rare kicks, you might want to get in while you can.

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