Lil Nas X spent a busy week in response to critics of his new music video “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)”. Some haters are notorious conservatives, such as elected government officials and women who often become viral by having guns on college campuses. Despite the heat, seeing Lil Nas X react to the denials was a great pastime as he mastered the art of shit.
The fascinating music is full of hellish, fantastic religious images of Lil Nas X faithfully grinding Satan. Overall, very gay videos are a visual trip and you have to check for yourself. It has been viewed 35 million times on YouTube and is viewed by many.
Not everyone is excited about the choice of video director, especially because it’s related to Lil Nas X’s sexuality, but that doesn’t prevent him from taking the criticism at once. Musicians are everywhere on social media, from Twitter to TikTok, and they have several options. For example, he correctly points out here that religious Die Hard always warns the queer people to go to hell-only when they accept the idea of corruption.
Further controversy arose when Lil Nas X released sneakers with the music video “Satan Shoes.” Satan shoes are shoes that are said to actually contain human blood. This upsets people even more, but while suing the companies that are currently making them, including Nike, Lil Nas X is the perfect Photoshop for fake kicks that are playfully catered for religious prejudice. I prepared.
At this point, Lil Nas X is completely in the turmoil. One of his tweets inspires people to click on mysterious links that contain clickbait messages. But when you press it, you find that it’s not a link to hatred. I’m not going to spoil it, but it’s enough to say that it’s a nice use of one of Twitter’s lesser-known features.
It’s really interesting to see the response unfold, but it’s also a rare example of using shit forever. These are more than just ginger — in almost every post, Lil Nas X has points. For example, in the following tweet, the Governor of South Dakota calls on sneakers to be angry and wasting time.
Learning this meme is nothing new to fans following Lil Nas X as “Old Town Road” has spread through word of mouth. The man is already an internet icon. “Montero” is a reminder of how good he is on the internet. Still, it’s worth remembering that Lil Nas X is a person with real emotions. He’s doing a good show now, but the trolls are still influencing him. “Honestly, this backlash has hit me emotionally,” he wrote in a tweet.
To be honest, this backlash has cost me an emotional sacrifice. I try to cover it with humor, but it’s getting harder. My anxiety is higher than ever and now I’m calling me by your name on all platforms!
— No (@LilNasX) March 29, 2021
Fortunately, many of us are cheering when Lil Nas X is willing to come down into hell, heels and other holes.