Lil Nas X comes out as gay on the final day of pride month

Lil Nas X comes out as gay on the final day of pride month
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In a bid to wave a better goodbye to the pride month, American rapper, Lil Nas X finally reveals himself to be a gay. The “Old Town Road” rapper discloses his identity through a series of tweets on Twitter on Sunday noon. He picks up some of the most “obvious” lyrics of his songs that hints down to him, being a homosexual.

Revelations by Lil Nas X

The coming out of Lil Nas X on the last day of pride month as a gay slaps right on the faces of heterosexual prides, that have been condemning homosexuality for ages. After 50 years of the great Stonewall Revolution, numerous celebrities are letting their real identities flow without ado.

The American country rapper posted a series of tweets. He stated:

Some of you all already know, while some of you don’t care at all, some of you have not gone fwm. But before the ending of this month, I want you all to listen c7osure closely.

He followed the emotive tweet with his EP 7’s cover artwork. The cover exhibited a rainbow-colored building in the background. He pointed the pic while saying,

“deadass- I thought, made it obvious.”

Pride month: Lil Nas X tweets about him being gay

Lil Nas X comes out as gay on the final day of pride month


Lil Nas X mentioned a wheezing song in his tweets. His song “Closure” directly signals down to Nas X’s singling out of being a gay.
The lyrics goes by:

Ain’t no more acting, man that forecast say I should just let me grow.
No red lights for me, baby, I gotta go only green too.
I packed my past up in my back, oh, let my future hold back 
This is what got-ta do, I can’t be regretting when I am old.

Moreover, Nas X’s not so country song, “Old Town Road” becomes the highest grossing hit in US since April. The song has already broke all previous streaming records set by mainstream rappers. He followed the footsteps of success while debuting at number 2 on Billboard 200 with 7.

Lil Nas X Comes Out as Gay from Music

The song recorded whooping 143 million streams within a week of release in US. Not to mention that, the rapper adoringly performed the song amidst some 5th grade kids at Lander Elementary in Ohio.

You go, Nas X.

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