Lil Nas X’s most up-to-date music video has gotten lots of people fired up, but the rapper can take the warmth and dish out a few of their own. The 21-year-old Grammy winner reunites at critics of”MONTERO (Call Me From Your Title ),” which comprises religious and sexually explicit vision. It depicts the celebrity wearing boxer-briefs and thigh-high black patent leather boots, pole-dancing at Hell and giving the devil a lap dancing.
He tweeted, “There’s a mass shooting each week which our government does nothing to stop. Me slipping down a CGI rod is not what is destroying society”
“The machine is targeting children,” one critic tweeted.
Lil Nas X reacted, “There wasn’t any strategy involved. I chose to produce the music video. I’m an adult. I’m not gonna devote my whole career trying to serve your kids. That’s your job”
The tune”MONTERO (Call Me From Your Title )” is now increasing quickly on the streaming graphs. The course is about a guy that Lil Nas X, whose actual name is Montero Lamar Hill, fulfilled in 2020, a year afterwards he came out openly.
“I wrote a tune with our title inside,” it read. “it is about a man I met. I understand we promised never to come out openly, I understand we promised never to be that kind of homosexual individual, I know we guaranteed to perish with the key, but that may open doors for other queer individuals to just exist.”
He also wrote, “I spent my whole teenage years hating myself due to this s–ty’all preached would occur to me since I was homosexual. So I hope u are angry, stay angry, feel the same anger you instruct us to have ourselves”