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Lil Nas X confesses that he regrets promoting ‘J Christ’

Along with Ariana Grande, Lil Nas His references to religion and more specifically to Christianity have been the main trigger of criticism on social networks. And he is sorry.

«This is not to try to get everyone on my side or whatever. It’s more to clarify my own decisions. “I know this time I really screwed up,” says Lil Nas X in a video posted on both Twitter and Instagram. “And I can feign indifference all I want, but it’s taking a toll on me mentally,” she continues.

Lil Nas “It wasn’t ‘Fuck you, screw you Christians.’ It was not that. It was ‘I’ve come back like Jesus’,” he explained. «I am not the first person to dress up as Jesus. “I’m not the first rapper, I’m not the first artist, and I won’t be the last,” he says in the video.

The singer, with all the commotion already created, also published a video on TikTok where, dressed as Jesus Christ, he ate the bread and drank the communion wine. He now alleges that he raised it in order to “calm things down” and not to generate more controversy: “I didn’t know that the reality of eating communion is that it symbolizes the blood and bones of Jesus or something like that.” «I didn’t want to say it was cannibalism or anything like that. But I apologize for that. I’ll say I’m sorry. “He got out of hand,” he says.

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