Lil Nas X
Lil Nas X’s documentary Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero was supposed to premiere at the Toronto Film Festival at a certain time Saturday night but, unfortunately, it got delayed for about 20 minutes because, well, homophobic bigots ruin everything—or at least they try to.
Apparently, there are folks on social media who, for whatever reason, believe openly gay recording artist Lil Nas X is basically the Rachel Dolezal of the LGBTQ community and is only pretending to be gay for the publicity.
Lil Nas X continues to use his star power to empower the people. He is the face of Coach’s new “Courage To Be Real” campaign.
Lil Nas X masterfully trolled a number of Christian protestors he referred to as "homophobes" by sending them pizza that they refused.
The 2022 MTV Video Music Awards won’t have to worry about being dissed by Lil Nas X this year. He, along with Kendrick Lamar and Jack Harlow, top in nominations this year.
Many people took issue with BET snubbing Lil Nas X from the annual BET Awards (on Pride Day no less) and surprisingly enough, Jack Harlow turned out to be the most vocal person on the subject.
Lil Nas X reheats his beef against the BET Awards for snubbing him, teasing a new track featuring a verse from NBA YoungBoy.
After BET revealed the nominations for its 2022 BET Awards last week, the "Montero" artist took to social media to call out the legendary for not receiving any nominations despite
If you stopped by Vevo pages recently to watch some music videos and experienced some weirdness, you were not alone.
Partnering with Ultimate Ears, the "That's What I Want" star is shown in the advertisement donning a pair of UE Fits headphones, matching quite well with his innovative style.