Adin Ross takes a dig at Lil Nas X upcoming song “J Christ” following religious disrespect controversy – Adin Ross takes a dig at Lil Nas X upcoming song “J Christ” following religious disrespect controvers
In recent developments, rapper Lil Nas X has once again ignited a firestorm of controversy with the promotional material for his upcoming song, “J Christ.” The artist has been sharing cover art and teaser clips on social media platforms, portraying himself in full Jesus Christ attire.
Adin Ross takes a dig at Lil Nas X upcoming song “J Christ” following religious disrespect controversy
Twitch streamers, including Kai Cenat and Adin Ross, have publicly voiced their disapproval of Lil Nas X’s actions, with Cenat labeling the rapper as “extremely disrespectful” and accusing him of disrespecting both God and the entire culture.
Adin Ross, known for his outspoken commentary, expressed his frustration during a live stream. In a clip circulating online, Ross did not mince words, stating, “First of all, you’re gay. You’re automatically going to hell. Second of all, this sh*t is not okay. It’s just not okay, bro.” Ross went on to describe the depictions as “super disrespectful” and emphasized that he and his audience are not supportive of such content.
This controversy is not the first for Lil Nas X, who faced criticism with the release of “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” and its provocative music video, leading some to label him as “satanic” for his bold and controversial portrayals.
Lil Nas X is set to release “J Christ” on January 12, accompanied by a music video featuring impersonators of celebrities like Kanye West and Taylor Swift. The artist seems unapologetic, continuing to push boundaries and provoke discussions about the intersection of art, religion, and societal norms.
As the release date approaches, the debate surrounding Lil Nas X’s artistic choices intensifies, raising questions about the fine line between creative expression and cultural sensitivity in the ever-evolving landscape of the music industry.