Efforts to sabotage Lil Nas’ career have intensified this week…and he may have given his enemies the ammunition they need to do it.
Just leave Lil’ Nas X alone. He hasn’t done anything wrong. Always trying to bring a brotha down. Jealous MFs. #LilNasXIsOverPartyArray
— Lombe B Ng’andu (@LombeBNgandu) June 23, 2019
A tangled web waits below…
So, we’re exposing Lil Nas X by pointing out connections to a twitter account he probably doesn’t use anymore, posting screenshots of islamophobic tweets he supposedly made, and use screenshots to out him as secretly gay? After he tweeted he deserved the hate? Ok. Childish but ok pic.twitter.com/yfxzHwtYte
— Daydreamer (@LSanville) June 23, 2019
If Nas seems to have appeared out of nowhere that it is because he didn’t.
For, driving his popularity within the music industry is the success he enjoyed as a powerful and prominent tech wiz named Nas Maraj.
Back then, shortly before he came a chart-topping Pop sensation, Nas used his social media pages to push and promote Nicki Minaj’s material (the rapper’s last name is Maraj) and impress his followers with innovative viral content.
Yet, for reasons which are unclear, the performer is determined to bury his digital past and dissolve his ties to Minaj, her fans and the Twitter account he used to interact with them.
This week those who seek to to derail his career claim that he published islamophobic messages on the page and launched the #LilNasXIsOverParty to spread the word…even though they are yet to prove that the comments even exist.
Read tweets from the hashtag below…
*#LilNasXIsOverParty starts trending*
Black Twitter protecting him: pic.twitter.com/NWSYiftpO7
— Heel Turn Haden (@_TheSonOfMars_) June 23, 2019
— erick (@presisauceboi) June 23, 2019
— ‘97 Shawn Michaels (@LiLJaYMaKin) June 23, 2019
Y’all been waiting to see him fall. Can’t stand to see a young black man be great, huh? Stans and cancel culture are so gross 🤮 Good thing they only exist on social media. He’ll be fine. 😊#LilNasXIsOverParty pic.twitter.com/ccOUt2lq1T
— ℜ𝔬𝔡𝔢𝔬 🐎 (@Lalaxo__) June 23, 2019
People grow up and change right? Jeffree Starr did? Laura did right? Fuck it, majority of the rich wyt people had to “grow u pand recognize their disgusting behavior, which does not reflect who I am today” right? Oh okay #LilNasXIsOverParty
— Back On My 🅱️ullshit (@JuSayWhat) June 23, 2019
— 𝖌𝖆𝖇 (@tzugrande) June 23, 2019
Nas fans believe the trending topic was created by fans who are enraged by the fact that their favourite artists have failed to usurp his smash hit single ‘Old Town Road’ on a chart tip.
— britneyxmimi (@britneysfantasy) June 24, 2019