Outside of his event, Lil Nas X offers pizza to the “homophobic” protesters.
Order some pizza to go.
When a group of “street ministry” protestors showed up outside of Lil Nas X’s concert in Boston, Massachusetts on Sunday night, he made the decision to act honourably.
The controversial rapper, 23, commented over a TikTok video, “So people [sic] were protesting my gig last night. So we brought them pizza.”
In the video, a member of the “Montero” rapper’s entourage offered the chanting masses boxes of pizza, but they turned it down.
Some of the protesters carried posters that said, “Repent and Believe the Gospel” and “Jesus is God, even demons know it.”
In the middle of the video, which has received over 1.6 million views in less than two hours, the “Industry Baby” rapper made a startling disclosure.
“But sadly one of the homophobes was really hot,” he wrote while the camera zoomed in on one protestor as the song “Mystery of Love” by Sufjan Stevens started to play.
Montero Lamar Hill, better known by his stage name Lil Nas X, shared the same video on Twitter and made light of the fact that while the protesters turned down the meal, he “accidently fell in love with one of the homophobic protestors.”
On the other side, admirers were quick to laud the thoughtful act and his ability to make light of the circumstance.
Someone said, “You KNOW they wanted to receive the pizza too! ”
One more said, “that just signifies that you’ve made it,” adding, “they used to do that in 2011 with Gaga as well.”
Others made fun of the rapper, saying, “We love a fantastic, dramatic story about enemies-turned-lovers. Nas, go for it. I have faith in you.
When Lil Nas X published a pornographic music video for his song “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” last year, he faced a lot of criticism from religious organisations.
The artist questioned traditional Christian views on sex and homosexuality in the video by ascending a stripper pole into hell, becoming a sex slave, and performing a lap dance for Satan.
Many conservative organisations felt the rapper was pushing “homosexual agendas and demonic visions” as a result of the demonising imagery.
One day later, Nas unveiled a pair of limited-edition “Satan Shoes” that each contained “one drop of human blood,” adding more gasoline to the flames.
Many others experienced “Satanic fear” as a result of the stunning decisions, which they seem to haven’t forgotten.