Young Thug says Lil Nas X shouldn't have come out

Brenda Watkins
July 19, 2019

All in all, it's mostly just a pretty flawless example of the kind of absurdist - yet harmless - internet humour that is having a moment right now.

You may recall that last week, Lil Nas X dropped a new remix for his hit track "Old Town Road", featuring rapper Young Thug along with the yodelling Walmart kid, Mason Ramsey.

In late June, Lil Nas X opened up about identifying as a gay man, stating that a deeper meaning alluding to his sexuality could be found in his song "c7osure". These things are never returned to.

Lil Nas X is riding his horse down that old town road and all the way to the bank.

Lil Nas X performs with Miley Cyrus at Glastonbury Festival. The gag has inspired a flood of Area 51- and alien-themed memes lately, and since Lil Nas X is the meme king of 2019, he has gotten in on the fun. The video features even more cultural fixtures, like Thanos and Keanu Reeves.

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As one could imagine, large-scale sets and elaborate costuming were required to make humans look like cats . The stage musical once held the record for the longest-running musical on Broadway and London's West End.

Celebrating 15 weeks as the #1 song in America, "Old Town Road" is just one week away from tying the record for longest reign on the chart.

"I just feel like, he young, and it's like backlash can come behind anything", he continued.

That music video has been viewed more that 200 million times since its release in May. The administration, obviously, says it's an ill-conceived notion, however in the event that Lil Nas X is included, why should they stop him? "That was a G's move".

"But it's like, he young, and I know he going to be dealing with it in his mind".

He tweeted: "Some of y'all already know, some of y'all don't care, some of y'all not gone fwm no more. but before this month ends i want y'all to listen closely to c7osure. So I was like: 'F***, he should have never said that, never should have told them'".

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