Lil Nas X Has Perfect Response After Being Compared To Andrew Tate

Lil Nas X needs individuals to know he’s not a task mannequin — and rejects the very thought.

The rapper responded to a viral tweet earlier this week from a British podcast host who unfavorably in contrast him to Andrew Tate, a social media influencer and former kickboxing champion suspected of human trafficking and at the moment detained in Romania.

“On the left, we have ‘Lil Nas X’ twerking on Satan,” the user tweeted Monday. “On the right, we have Andrew Tate, who teaches young people to think critically, to take care of their physical health and build financial security.”

He continued, “Guess which one is deemed controversial and which is hailed as a role model.”

The accompanying images included a screenshot of the “Montero (Call Me By Your Name” music video, by which Lil Nas X dances for a purple being, and a picture of Tate aboard a ship. The rapper couldn’t assist however educate his critic — and denounce the function mannequin title.

Lil Nas X reminded the person that Satan wasn’t actual — and did not really seem in his video.

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“1. that is a CGI animated being,” the rapper responded in a quote tweet Wednesday, “not satan from the bible book. 2. there’s no such thing as a good role model, y’all need to find yourselves and stop looking for people to look up to.”

Tate, in the meantime, galvanized legions of impressionable younger males over time by espousing misogynistic messages underneath the guise of masculinity. He reportedly moved his intercourse cam operation to Romania as a result of he appreciated “being able to do what I want.”

As for the Twitter person who unfavorably in contrast Lil Nas X to Tate, he won’t remember that one is a passionate artist who donates to charity — whereas the opposite is at the moment dealing with prison costs.