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Why Lil Nas X Didn’t Initially Tell Fans He Was Running a Nicki Minaj Fan Account

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Lil Nas X has been through quite a lot recently.

Previously, the Old Town Road rapper had denied when asked by a fan whether he was running a Nicki Minaj fan account. However, the rapper is finally admitting the truth. This was brought on by a tweet Lil Nas sent to Nicki Minaj to ask her if she’d like to appear on a new song he was working on. A fan then replied back at him saying, “How come you never claimed her when people asked if you were a barb?? We all knew who you were.”

He saw the fan’s tweet and responded that he was afraid of people finding out he was gay. Another fan chimed in with, “Being a barb don’t make you gay.” To which Lil Nas said, “it don’t but people will assume if you had an entire fan page dedicated to nicki u are gay. and the rap/music industry ain’t exactly built or accepting of gay men yet.”

Lil Nas came out as gay publicly in June 2019.

Nicki Minaj Sends Out A Supportive Tweet For Lil Nas

However, seeing all the conversation between the Old Town Road rapper and fans, Nicki decided to enter with a supportive message.

“It was a bit of a sting when you denied being a barb, but I understand,” she tweeted. “Congratulations on building up your confidence to speak your truth.”

The rapper tweeted out to her, “the generous queen, i love u. and i’m sorry i did that in a time where u were already getting so much bandwagon hate. i felt so bad, hoping u wouldn’t see my denial. i was just so afraid of people finding out about me and losing everything before i even got a chance.”

After coming out, the Panini rapper has been quite vocal about the experience. In an interview, the rapper revealed that he had strengthened his relationship with his family. Especially with his father.

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