Lil Nas X has been within the headlines loads these days, and that won’t change anytime quickly.
On Tuesday, the rapper took to social media to handle those that have mentioned that his success is predicated on his sexuality. He took to Twitter and wrote, “y’all love saying I’m being gay for success but can’t name 5 successful gay male artists in the last 10 years to save your life.”
A commenter replied to him and mentioned, “God you’re so sad how do you not even realize you’re dissin’ all the gay artists that came before your a**?” He then replied and mentioned, “I’m not dissing anyone. I’m acknowledging the fact that we aren’t usually as successful as our peers. What’s not clicking starbucks spellman”
Another particular person adopted up and mentioned, “I just wouldn’t say you’re being Gay for success…BUT you’re using being Gay you’re entire identity and artistry, it’s tired.”
Lil Nas X replied, “It’s a million ni**as in the industry that make nothing but songs about women and y’all don’t complain but i make my first song about a ni**a and now it’s my entire artistry. y’all crack me up man.”
If you recall, his newest track, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” has been fairly controversial. After reaching the primary spot on the worldwide Spotify chart, it seems that the track was eliminated.
Last week, he responded to a fan who mentioned they had been having points with streaming the track on Spotify. Nas, who was conscious of the difficulty, responded by tweeting, “It’s happening on all the streaming services,” with the unhappy face emoji.
Columbia Records launched a press release in regards to the track. “Thanks for all your comments regarding @LilNasX “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).” It’s sadly out of our management, however we’re doing all the pieces doable to maintain the track up on streaming providers. We will maintain you updated as we hear extra. Thank you for understanding.”
As you additionally know, a choose halted the manufacturing of his “Satan Shoes” after Nike filed go well with in opposition to the corporate producing them.
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