Eminem is one of the biggest artists of all time, and it’s pretty expensive to be a fan of his as well. Fans almost dropped far more cash on Em’s name, because he had a pair of Air Jordan 3s in 2012 that never saw the light of day.

A few years ago, Eminem got his own Air Jordan 4 with Carhartt, but it was a very limited run. The shoe now goes for insane money on the secondary market commanding thousands of dollars for the sneakers.

Slim Shady and Jumpman continued working with each, but they never dropped more sneakers. A recent leaked photo showed proof that an Eminem x Air Jordan 3 edition was on the day back in 2012.

@zsneakerheadz dropped those photos and fans are going gaga over the thought of adding those kicks to their collection. Sneakerheads all over are pining over this never-released shoe drop in a big way. The shoe featured the Air logo on the back heel in red which stood out against the creamy beige background.

The shoes never came out, but samples obviously exist. Now we have to wonder who has those sample shoes and how much they would be willing to take to part with them.

The sneaker market continues to thrive as big purchases are made all the time at auction. We are pretty sure that this shoe might break a few records if the samples ever hit the auction block. You can check out the tweet that caused so much commotion below.

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