Why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of Lil Nas X..

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Why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of Lil Nas X..

Welcome back to Watch on Loop, today on the channel we are going to find out Why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of Lil Nas X. In case you don't use the internet often, Lil Nas X, the rap sensation responsible for “Old Town Road,” recently released a new show-stopping single titled “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).” The music video, which also dropped on March 26, features the Grammy winner’s pole-dancing descent from heaven to hell, where he proceeds to give Satan a lap dance before stealing his mantle.

If you think conservatives had a problem with “WAP” by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, then you’re damn right they had issues with “Call Me By Your Name,” especially considering many of them somehow believed “Old Town Road” was a kid-friendly anthem. Guess they didn’t understand the lyric, “Riding on a tractor, lean all in my bladder. Cheated on my baby, you can go and ask her.” Critics are also up in arms about Lil Nas X’s new collaboration with MSCHF: a pair of unofficial Nike Air Max “Satan Shoes,” complete with a drop of human blood and a bronze pentagram. According to CNN, the $1,018 sneakers sold out in under one minute. Seems like LilNas X doesn’t get praises from other rappers all this time. In this video, we will talk about why Rappers Are REALLY Scared of Lil Nas X, so stay tuned.

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