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Once Again, Lil Nas X Effortlessly Shuts Down Homophobic Trolls

All of the trolls should really know by now: mess with Lil Nas X and your sorry ass will get dragged across the four corners of the Internet.

Still, some folks feel it absolutely necessary to troll the Trollmaster himself with inappropriate, wrong-headed comments about gender and sexuality.

When Lil Nas X released his latest masterpiece “Industry Baby” on Friday, everyone was pretty much psyched. A perfect weekend bop accompanied by a perfect video? Praise the Gods!

But some fools simply wouldn’t stand for the glorious celebration of homosexuality and penitentiary thrusting on display. The epic troll war began when one user decided to take Nas to task over the video.

“the emasculation…of black men is so disrespectful,” user @_Aka_Scorpion wrote. Nas wasted no time in explaining what was really going on. “the truth is there is no attack,” he replied. “you view femininity as weakness. you don’t like gay black men because you are afraid of black men, as a whole, being viewed as weak. you cling on to your masculinity because without it you have nothing else going for yourself.” That shut the homophobes up good! The next day, however, they started it all over again, claiming that Nas’s “agenda” seeks to erase Black masculinity by…queering it? I mean, okay, trolls! If that’s what you believe. When one user accused Nas of not believing agendas are real (!!), the singer-songwriter explained that sexuality actually doesn’t work that way, like, at all. “I just simply don’t believe me in a fictional prison with twerking men could lead to a heterosexual man deciding to suck dick.”

Extremely fair point, except that the “Industry Baby” has already made at least 18 people gay that I know of. It’s a very powerful video. Trolls, get in line with the homosexual agenda or simply butt out of it, please. However, just in case anyone was left unclear on the whole issue, Nas is here to remind us that everyone who was turned gay by “Industry Baby” was almost definitely already gay.

More importantly, trolls need to understand that Lil Nas X has, and will always have, the last laugh, especially with the video currently at 6 million views and counting.

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