Satanic Rapper's Graphic Song About Casual Gay Sex Up For Three Grammys

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If you needed any more indication of just how far into the gutter our culture has sunk, you need look no farther than the fact that Lil Nas X, a rapper who styles himself after Satan and sells shoes with actual human blood in them, is up for four Grammy awards this year, including three for his song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" which graphically depicts gay sex with a cocaine addict.

The nominations for Artist of the Year, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year “[catapult] LGBTQ narratives to the highest echelon of achievement in the music industry,” waxes NBC – without, of course, mentioning that the profane lyrics paint a picture of a cheap one-night stand complete with explicit depictions of oral sex in a car. (I’d include them here if they weren’t so vile, or if they were intelligent enough to deserve the time it’d take to copy and paste them.)

But apparently, a sacrilegious jumble of ill-written references to casual sex is some pinnacle of achievement for the alphabet community.

"Lil Nas X continues to open doors for greater LGBTQ inclusion in rap and hip-hop, which will undoubtedly inspire and empower a new generation of artists to embrace their authenticity and individuality," GLAAD President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement Tuesday following the announcement.

This is the same song, you may recall, for which Lil Nas X (or Montero Lamar Hill, as his mother calls him) filmed a graphic music video in which Hill, dressed as a demon, falls from the Garden of Eden and gives Satan a lap dance in hell before snapping his neck and assuming the mantle of the devil himself. 

Gay folks should be so proud.

 

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