Lil Nas X Responds To Boosie Badazz Pregnancy Photo Shoot Outrage With An Apology

Boosie Badazz apparently didn’t learn his lesson when he criticized Dwyane Wade’s transgender child in February 2020. Although he apologized for his transphobic comments during an episode of Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson seven months later, his outrage over Lil Nas X’s MONTERO promo evidently can’t be contained.

On Friday (September 3), Boosie woke up early to tweet, ““NAS X WTF U JUST DONT STOP I THINK HES GOING TO TURN AROUND N SUCK ONE OF HIS BACKGROUND DANCERS DICK ON NATIONAL TV #protectyours #godturninoverinhisgrave.”

Lil Nas X was quick to take notice and offered a response via Twitter, as well.

“I apologize to mr. boosie,” he wrote. I left a really detailed apology in the link below.”

Much like Lil Nas X’s “apology” for his controversial “Satan Shoes,” once people visited the site they were met with a pre-order link to his forthcoming MONTERO album.

Lil Nas X is ramping up his expert trolling antics as MONTERO inches closer to release. After spoofing Drake’s album cover using 12 pregnant men emojis, he decided to post several photos of a recent pregnancy photo shoot — and yes, he was he expectant father.

On Thursday (September 2), the Grammy Award winner shared a series of photos to his Instagram account that found the openly gay rapper rocking a prosthetic belly, sheer white ensemble and flower headpiece.

“SURPRISE!” he wrote in the caption. “I can’t believe I’m finally announcing this. My little bundle of joy ‘MONTERO’ is due September 17, 2021.”

MONTERO marks Lil Nas X’s inaugural studio album. Special guests on the project include Doja Cat, Elton John, Megan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow and Miley Cyrus. The tracklist was met with some controversy, however, after fans noticed the lack of Black male artists.

Lil Nas X Devilishly Responds To ‘Satan Shoes’ Controversy On Twitter

But Kid Cudi stepped up to the plate and offered to collaborate with the 22-year-old, tweeting, ““N-gga ill work w u and frolic in rose gardens w u singin about my pain.” Lil Nas X responded positively and insinuated it was definitely a possibility for the MONTERO deluxe version.

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