Well, the two got embroiled in a very random but ultimately nasty feud this weekend. Here's what happened:
"So I've been working on this song with Boosie, bro. I have this song — it's gonna come out," Lil Nas said.
Yeah, pretty awful. Soon after, Lil Nas tweeted this, seemingly referencing Boosie's comments:
i am truly saddened. i have never been so mortified in my life. i can’t believe disney channel has yet to play halloween town this entire october.
The controversy eventually spawned some viral reactions on Twitter:
Boosie isn't mad that Lil Nas X is queer. Boosie is mad that a queer Black rapper is doing better than him in an industry that has built its foundation in homophobia.
boosie is so mad his homophobia not working on lil nas x. like he is unraveling over the shit,
"Who the fuck are we to make a comment about somebody else's life? Who are you?" Mike said to Boosie. "What happened to you that you think you're somebody who can make a comment about somebody else's life? ... I realized about myself, sometimes I have to say, ‘Fuck, I’m wrong.’”
In conclusion, the hate and negativity need to stop. We will update you as this story unfolds.
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