Boosie’s Disdain: Lil Nas X’s ‘J Christ’ Video Criticized
Boosie’s Disdain: Lil Nas X’s ‘J Christ’ Video Criticized. In a recent turn of events, controversial rapper Lil Nas X has once again found himself at the center of a heated debate. His latest music video, titled ‘J Christ’, has garnered a significant amount of criticism, particularly from fellow rapper Boosie Badazz. The provocative nature of the video and its religious undertones have sparked outrage, leading to a public feud between the two artists. Let’s dive into the details surrounding this contentious issue.
Boosie’s Outrage: Lil Nas X’s ‘J Christ’ Video Under Fire
Boosie’s Disdain: Lil Nas X’s ‘J Christ’ Video Criticized.
According to All Hip Hop, “Lil Nas X’s “J Christ” video featured extensive use of religious iconography and biblical references. It also included impersonators portraying Barack Obama, Kanye West, Taylor Swift and more celebrities.”
known for his bold and unapologetic demeanor, Boosie slams rapper Lil Nas X for his video.
Although, Lil Nas X claims he is in his “Christian era” some are skeptical about his newfound faith.
So, when he released ‘J Christ’ he received backlash from Boosie Badazz.
Bossie took issue with the video’s alleged blatant mockery of religious iconography.
And its perceived disrespect towards Jesus Christ, who is a prominent figure in Christianity.
Perhaps, if Lil Nas X had not made a video with satanic imagery, things would be different.
But it is hard to come back from such a blasphemous video such as,
Lil Nas X – MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) (Official Video)
Then he switches to a video with him on the cross, which some would say is Lil Nas X mocking Jesus Christ.
Lil Nas X – J CHRIST (Official Video)
That is why, Boosie and some others are sounding the alarm.
While others would say, Lil Nas X is only telling a story through art.
Whether or not Lil Nas X is making a statement or not, it is still very controversial.
And, he may receive even more backlash from those who are Christians.
It is not the first time Lil Nas X has received attention for such a provocative video.
Something so sacred should not be part of any music artist’s video.
Where do you draw the line between imaging and creating questionable music?
What are your thoughts, should Lil Nas X have complete artistic freedom or not?