Lil Nas X's Hilarious And Unapologetic Stanning For SZA Is A Monday Mood
The artist went to Twitter on Monday to praise the "Supermodel" singer.
Lil Nas X is turning heads again with his latest social media post. The artist went to Twitter Monday to praise singer SZA for her look at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
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"Call me old fashioned, but i was raised to serve my queen. clean for her. cook for her and everything I do is for her," Lil Nas X said. "And if she cheats? that is on me! she caught me slipping and i will apologize and do better."
call me old fashioned, but i was raised to serve my queen. clean for her. cook for her and everything i do is for her. and if she cheats? that is on me! she caught me slipping and i will apologize and do better. https://t.co/8YqihEqSlP— nope (@LilNasX) February 10, 2020
In his own way, Lil Nas X was calling on men to stand for beautiful Black women.
Some picked up the baton being passed on by the "Old Town Road" rapper.
her weed? I roll that. her hand? I hold that. her back? I got that. her wife? I am that. My role? I play that.We're happy? They hate that.— reese (@clairotheworld) February 10, 2020
You better SAY THAT— becca (@MJFinesseLover) February 10, 2020
Her hair? She slays that. them edges? She laid that? She sings? I play that. Song over? Replay that.— 𝐋BN. (@notbarbbela) February 10, 2020
Other less impressive folks decided to process the tweet literally.
aint u supposed to be gay?— Tim 🌊 (@ImReeeK) February 10, 2020
The "Old Town Road" singer announced that he's gay during Pride Month last year. In September, he hinted at a possible collaboration with SZA by sharing topless pictures of himself with the singer.
The artist commented on the possibility of a working relationship with SZA when he went undercover on social media to answer fans' questions in a video for GQ.
"Y'all down for a collab?" one fan asked.
"Of course," the rapper said, using his undercover account. "SZA, I'm gonna hit you up after this and we're gonna work on something."
The 20-year-old has provided plenty of entertainment on social media as he continues to increase his popularity.
In July, he trolled the homophobic population, saying "just got news that i’m gay and i will no longer be streaming my music. I’m sorry that s**t is just not ok."
In another tweet about saving the planet, he said: "why don’t we just put all the ocean water in a cup, clean out the bottom then pour it back?"
just got news that i’m gay and i will no longer be streaming my music. i’m sorry that shit is just not ok.— nope (@LilNasX) July 2, 2019
why don’t we just put all the ocean water in a cup, clean out the bottom then pour it back.— nope (@LilNasX) June 3, 2019
According to Billboard, "Old Town Road" broke a record last year, spending 19 weeks as the No. 1 single on the Hot 100.