Lil Nas X took to Twitter to ask controversial internet personality Andrew Tate to “stop mentioning me”.
Tate has previously called Lil Nas X “dangerous” and recently gave an interview saying he wasn’t “the worst influence around here”. Lil Nas X is teasing the devil in music videos our kids are trying hard for, drill artists are rapping about stabbing people to death amid the stab crime epidemic.
“There’s all this crap in the world…but I’m not the devil. There’s definitely worse people than me,” Tate went on to speak of “traditional masculinity” as one of his core beliefs and being a nice guy it. man”.
Sharing the clip, Lil Nas X write: “Andrew Tate, please stop quoting me! I’m not going to let you crash, loser.”
In response to a Tweetnow deleted, in which he was accused of being “the problem of this new society”, Lil Nas X said: “No, people like you are the problem. While “real men” like me support their family and community, n****s like you sit on Twitter using Andrew Tate’s dick as a pacifier they didn’t teach you to be your own man.”
When the video for “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” premiered in 2021, Lil Nas X discussed his use of religious imagery, including a Garden of Eden-inspired backdrop and a scene where he asks erotic dance for the devil.
I spent my entire adolescence hating myself for the shit you preached I would get for being gay. write Lil Nas X. “So I hope you’re angry, you stay angry, you feel the same anger that you teach us to have for ourselves.”
“There are mass shootings every week that our government does nothing to stop. I’m not sliding down a CGI pole that is destroying society,” continuous.
Earlier this year, Tate was banned from Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and TikTok.
“Misogyny is an ugly ideology that is not tolerated on TikTok,” a company spokesperson said of Tate’s ban. “We’ve been removing violent videos and accounts for weeks, and we welcome the news that other platforms are also taking action against this person.”
Lil Nas X has just released his new track “STAR WALKIN” which is this year’s League Of Legends World Championship song.
As part of his League Of Legends collaboration, Lil Nas will be performing ‘STAR WALKIN’ live at the Worlds 22 Finals on November 5th at the Chase Center in San Francisco.