Boosie Says Lil Nas X Is Going to Hell for His New Video


Boosie BadAzz thinks Lil Nas X is going to hell for posing as Jesus in the new “J Christ” video.

Boosie Weighs in on Lil Nas X Response to Backlash for “J Christ” Video

On Monday (Jan. 15), Boosie commented on a post from Instagram blog The Neighborhood Talk that shared Lil Nas X’s recent semi-apology to Christians for his new “J Christ” video where Nas X is depicted as Jesus on the crucifix. Boosie wasn’t trying to hear it.

“HE LYING HE KNOW WHAT HE DOING[!!]” Boosie wrote under the post. “I BET HE WOULDNT DO THIS TO JEWS [100 emoji]. HES GOING TO HELL.”

This is Boosie’s second time commenting about the viral video. The day the video came out, Boosie dissed the openly-gay rapper for the controversial visual.

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Lil Nas X Faces Backlash for New Video

Initially announced November of 2023, Lil Nas X released his new single “J Christ” on Jan. 12. In the video, which can be seen below, Lil Nas X is depicted as Jesus in multiple scenes.

“Back-back-back up out the gravesite/B***h, I’m back like J Christ,” he raps on the track. “I’m finna get the gays hyped/I’m finna take it yay-high.”

Nas X faced backlash from Boosie BadAzz, Christian rapper Lecrae and others following the release of the video. Nas X has since shared an Instagram post explaining his rationale to the Christian community.

“I wanted to, not necessarily apologize, but I wanted to explain where my head at and where it’s been for like the last week,” Lil Nas X said in part. “First of all, when I did the artwork, I knew there would be some upset people and what not. Simply because, you know, religion is a very sensitive topic for a lot of people. But I also didn’t mean to mock. This wasn’t like a ‘F**k you’ to you people, ‘F**k you’ to the Christians. I was not that. It was literally me saying, ‘Oh, I’m back. I’m back like Jesus.’ That was the whole thing.”

Boosie isn’t buying it.

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Check out Boosie BadAzz’s response to Lil Nas X saying he wasn’t mocking Jesus or disrespecting Christianity in the new “J Christ” video.

See Boosie’s Reaction to Lil Nas X’s Statement About the “J Christ” Video

Watch Lil Nas X’s “J Christ” Video

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