Lil Nas X slams AIDS 'super spreader' tag, hits back at sick trolls: 'Y'all hate gay ppl'

Lil Nas X sparked a debate after a doctor dragged him over his new song ‘Industry Baby’ by claiming that the rapper was not fighting for gay rights

                            Lil Nas X slams AIDS 'super spreader' tag, hits back at sick trolls: 'Y'all hate gay ppl'
Lil Nas X in a still from ‘Industry Baby’ ([email protected])

Lil Nas X, who recently dropped his new single ‘Industry Baby’ accompanied with steamy visuals, raised a lot of eyebrows for his butt naked dance inside a jail with other inmates. The ‘Old Town Road (Remix)’ hitmaker again became the hot topic of discussion over the weekend after he slammed an individual for accusing him of marketing sexual irresponsibility.

The 22-year-old singer and rapper sparked a debate after a doctor tried to drag him over his new song by claiming that Lil Nas X was not fighting for gay rights and he was simply marketing the sexual irresponsibility that was causing young men to die from AIDS. The multiple Grammy award-winner, who is infamous for trolling his trolls, did not hesitate to show the individual his place as he reverted with a powerful tweet winning the internet.


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Lil Nas X asks ‘y’all hate gay ppl?’

Sparking a whole new conversation, a doctor named Boyce Watkins tried his best to dismiss Nas X with his tweet saying, “#LilNasX isn’t fighting for gay rights.  He’s marketing the sexual irresponsibility that’s causing young men to die from AIDS. Being gay is one thing, but being a super spreader is another. There’s nothing healthy or helpful about that video. Especially for children.”

Responding to this, Nas X asked why everyone goes silent when rappers talk about sleeping with multiple women and why was he always accused of being sexually irresponsible. “Y’all be silent as hell when (N-word) dedicate their entire music catalogue to rapping about sleeping with multiple women. but when i do anything remotely sexual i’m “being sexually irresponsible” & “causing more men to die from aids” y’all hate gay ppl and don’t hide it.” The brand new single also features Jack Harlow on the guest verse. The track has been produced by Kanye West and Take A Daytrip. ‘Industry Baby’ is a follow-up to Nas X’s recent single called ‘MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)’ which he had also performed at the recent BET Awards 2021.





‘Don’t listen to them, their homophobia is showing’

While a few took the doctor’s side, the majority of them supported Nas X. Speaking on similar lines, one said, “Don’t listen to them, their homophobia is showing.” Another posted, “People will create 1000 excuses for why they hate a gay person, but will never just admit that they hate gay people in general.” One person added, “People aren’t ready to talk about how most new HIV/AIDs cases are among straight people and just willing to blame you for an epidemic largely unchecked due to bigotry.”

The next one, however, expressed his issue with the song and tweeted, “I don't really care what lil nas x does in his mv, it's the theme of the mv I have a problem with, it's literally about "dropping the soap" and scenes showing prison guards getting off to watching lil nas x, it's wrong, prison [email protected] is not  a joke, pick something else next time.” Another one posted, “So glad I didn’t watch it! Ide probably be traumatized too gotta watch what you allow in.” Meanwhile, another came in Nas X’s support and shared, “The double standards in society is literally the worst and this is why i just appreciate what you do so thank you!! especially as a black artist too.” One posted, “They just hate to see a gay rapper is doing better than they ever will!!” On a similar note, another user concluded, “HIV is on the rise, not due to heterosexual behavior, but married men who sleeps with men and then sleep with their wives.”










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