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Lil Nas X Says He’s Not Responsible For Parenting Kids: “Fuck Your Kids”



Lil Nas X Tells Parents He's Not Responsible For Parenting Their Kids

Lil Nas X Tells Parents “Fuck Your Kids” – Not Responsible For Parenting Kids

Lil Nas X is fresh off releasing his debut album titled “Montero” which is accompanied by two huge advertising tie-ins. In the first commercial, he shills Taco Bell’s Toasted Breakfast Burritos in a pink pompadour wig.

Also there’s a series of adverts for Uber Eats, in which his comic foil is Elton John, one of Montero’s guest stars, albeit a low-key one, contributing piano.

Prior to the release, Lil Nas X stirred up controversy in a an interview with The Breakfast Club where the openly gay rapper decided to tell parents that he “doesn’t give a f**k” about the children who listen to his music.


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His music is constantly pushed towards children and young audiences, despite having very adult language and themes in it. And his music videos are even more controversial – exhibiting raunchy sexual behavior and satanism.

Regardless of Lil Nas X’s adult theme’d music – it’s being actively pushed to children.

Recall, Lil Nas X was the feature performer at the Nickelodeon Awards, and he performed a concert last year for 8-12 year olds, on the popular children’s gaming platform Roblox.

The Breakfast Club asked Lil Nas X whether he felt that he had some degree of responsibility to children, given they are such a big part of his audience. Lil Nas X responded by saying “F**k your kids.”


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