Lil Nas X is buzzing not only because of his devil worshipping Nikes, but also because of his new ‘Montero’ video that has all kinds of questionable imagery. The video has clear depictions of many things that promote Satanism. Joyner Lucas isn’t feeling it and voiced his opinion. However, Lil Nas X feels his comments are misguided. Perhaps the most interesting thing about their squabble was the reactions on social media, which support a religious conspiracy theory that the devil is using music to control people’s minds.
What Did Joyner Lucas Say About the Montero Video?
Joyner Lucas is surprised that after Lil Nas X made a song like Old Town Road that was hit with kids could relate to, he took a complete 180 and dove deep into the world of promoting Satanism. Lil Nas X responded detailing how Old Town Road promoted adultery and lean drinking, to which Joyner Lucas responded that he received Nickelodeon Kid Choice awards for the record. It seemed like Lil Nas X was deflecting from the clear promotion of Satanism with his recent shoe release and music video.
The Social Media Reactions to the Joyner Lucas vs Lil Nas X War of Words
Surprisingly people are defending Lil Nas X on social media by a wide margin. It was almost unbelievable to see people going in on Joyner Lucas for calling out Lil Nas X for promoting devil worshipping imagery with his music. In the video Lil Nas X is seducing the devil on stripper poles in heels, and giving him lap dances among other things. The reactions really made religious people think about the origins of the devil.
Is the Devil Controlling the Minds of People Mad at Joyner Lucas for Calling Out Lil Nas X?
As the bible tells it Satan was once God’s favorite and most beautiful angel. He was also the angel of music, which could be the hidden reason most music promotes sin. Due to his position of being God’s favorite Angel, Satan grew too full of himself and in turn wanted to be a God. That’s when he was kicked out as a servant in Heaven, allowing him to rule over purgatory.
With knowing that the Devil was originally the angel of music, and the fact that music is one of the most influential aspects of human life, could this be the hidden reason why people are mad at Joyner Lucas for calling out the promotion of Satanism in Montero? Is the Devil influencing people’s thoughts and making them disparage anyone that speaks out against promoting him?
Food for thought, just a conspiracy theory.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff