A note from the editor: The FULL music video is at the bottom of this article. We did not want it to be the first thing a child sees. Scroll down to watch. WARNING VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.
Remember in 2019 when a little song called “Old Town Road” hit number one on all the top charts?
Well you might want to take a look at Lil Nas X’s latest song and music video, it will SHOCK you.
The singer’s first BREAKTHROUGH song Old Town Road went straight to the top and was a HIT among young kids and other folks who just appreciate fun, clean music.
The artist, Lil Nas X, came out as gay in a tweet not long after. “Some of y’all already know, some of y’all don’t care, some of y’all not gone fwm no more. but before this month ends i want y’all to listen closely to c7osure,” the rapper/singer said on Twitter in pride month of 2019.
Lil Nas X is known for his humorous antics and fun personality which is why he is so popular among the younger generations. However, in his latest music video some people are saying he went too far…
In a recent music video, the rapper falls to hell on a stripper pole and proceeds to give the DEVIL an extremely sexual lap dance.
Lil Nas X has been streamed by MILLIONS of young listeners, many of which are still in grade school.
The internet and media has rushed to praise Lil Nas X’s new music video calling his performance “genius” or “powerful”.
CHILDREN watch these videos and the “woke” culture only continues to praise him more for it.
The overwhelming support the internet and media have met the new video with is very alarming.
After Nas is finished with the devil, he proceeds to kill him and then take his crown for himself. He is also seen in the video playing with the “snake” from the Garden of Eden story.
X is most well known for his song “Old Town Road” which is a mix of country music and rap, but now he seems to have shifted his focus.
Here are just a few of the lyrics that Lil Nas X wrote for his song entitled “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)”:
“Cocaine and drinkin’ with your friends / You live in the dark, boy, I cannot pretend / I’m not phased, only here to sin / If Eve ain’t in your garden, you know that you can / Call me when you want.”
Not exactly the most “kid-friendly” stuff out there…
Here’s what Lil Nas X said about his newest song in a tweet:
— nope 🏹 (@LilNasX) March 26, 2021
The song is currently being praised by those online and who call themselves apart of the “woke culture.”
Rolling Stones called the song “Unabashedly Queer” and raved about the contents inside of the song despite the odd comment connecting the LGBT community to a demonic theme. Here’s what the famous music critics had to say:
The out rapper and singer then introduces us to the fantasy land of Montero, named after him (Montero Lamar Hill), where he is free to embody his sexuality as he pleases. The video depicts several Lil Nas X alter-egos in scenes inspired by history and mythology, including a makeout session with an alien version of himself, a Marie Antoinette-inspired stoning, and a lap dance with the Devil.
Pop Buzz also had similar comments claiming that Lil Nas X’s video was “refreshing.” Read their statement below:
The video sees Lil Nas X play the snake in the Garden of Eden and give Satan a lap dance. Naturally, people are living for it. Not only is it refreshing to see a Black, gay, male rapper be so open about their sexuality but it’s also a great song and video. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the single and visuals have already inspired countless memes.
It’s unclear why people are “naturally loving” something that praises demonic themes.
If you think the music industry’s comments on Lil Nas X just wait until you see what Twitter is saying. See it below:
Parents when they see their kids watching lil nas x new video pic.twitter.com/CepBtbe5DA
— jp (@kngjp) March 26, 2021
In reality Lil Nas X is one of the first queers in the mainstream spotlight to ever embrace his sexuality in such an overt, confident, and powerful way… he is paving the way for so many young artists and queer people in general. pic.twitter.com/XHUGU1nNrj
— Griffin Maxwell Brooks (THEY/THEM) (@GriffinMaxwellB) March 26, 2021
me getting ready to defend lil nas x with my life pic.twitter.com/wSz1gdyFXq
— Matt Bellassai (@MattBellassai) March 26, 2021
Bitches hating on the Lil Nas X Montero video just because they hate to see a Barb winning!!
— Aquaria 🤌🏼 (@aquariaofficial) March 26, 2021
Watch his full video below (WARNING VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED):
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