Lil Nas X Talks About ‘J Christ’ Criticism

Lil Nas X has just unleashed his divine creation upon the unsuspecting world with his latest single, “J Christ.” Forget two years of silence—this 24-year-old entertainer is back with a bang, or should we say, a heavenly hip-hop hymn.

In a move that raised eyebrows faster than a priest spotting someone texting during a sermon, Lil Nas X graced us with a single cover featuring himself on a cross. Talk about a resurrection of fashion statements. The religious imagery didn’t stop there; he even tossed in a Bible quote at the end of the music video, turning water into holy controversy.

But fear not, sinners and saints alike, for Lil Nas X took to the digital pulpit to address the masses. In a video that had more twists than a pretzel at a carnival, he explained the inspiration behind the campaign with the enthusiasm of a televangelist on caffeine.

“I didn’t mean to mock,” he proclaimed, holding back laughter like a mischievous cherub. “This wasn’t a ‘f— you’ to you people. F— you to the Christians.’ It was literally me saying, ‘Oh, I’m back. I’m back like Jesus.’ That was the whole thing.”

And just when you thought the communion table was safe, Lil Nas X apologized for a promo video where he indulged in communion crackers and wine. “It’s the symbolism of Jesus’ blood and bones or something like that,” he mused, clearly trying to remember Sunday School lessons between takes. “I didn’t mean it as a cannibalism thing or whatever the freak, but I do apologize for that. I will say I am sorry for that.”

In a dramatic twist worthy of a soap opera plot, Lil Nas X revealed that the whole saga had taken a toll on his mental state. “I know I messed up really bad this time,” he confessed, looking more repentant than a cat caught raiding the Sunday offering. “I can act unbothered all I want, but it’s definitely taken a mental toll on me.”

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But fear not, faithful followers! Lil Nas X wants you to know he’s not against you. He’s just a celestial jester, put on this earth to bring people closer together and promote love. So let the hip-hop hymns play on, and may the beats be ever in your favor. Amen and yeehaw!


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