Lil Nas X is over Boosie Badazz and his homophobic brigading. He says he’s bored with the feud. The Old Town Road rapper says he’d prefer to focus on lifting up other LGBTQ+ artists within the hip-hop community.

Nas talked to GQ, who he told about his thoughts on the shifting understanding of gay artists in the rap world. In ten years, he says that nobody will even consider his current work shocking. He says the masculine landscape of hip-hop is changing for the better.

“The whole landscape is very hypermasculine. I do feel like this newer generation of rappers who are coming in, and the ones who are here, are going to have to reshape their thoughts. Because change is happening.

There’s going to be so many gay rappers. There’s going to be more trans people in the industry and what not. Ten years from now, everything that I’m doing won’t even seem like it was shocking.”

Lil Nas X recently appeared on an episode of Maury Povich along with his ex, where it was revealed the ex-boyfriend was married. He’s been working on expanding his mind and creating more meaningful music. He also recently outperformed Drake on Spotify.

Lil Nas X is a unique star in the hip-hop galaxy. His approach of bringing his whole self to his performances is opening the door for a new generation of hip-hop. His prediction as that a decade from now, kids will make fun of his tame music the same way Generation X did to their Elvis-listening folks.

What do you think about Lil Nas X’s prediction? Will it come true? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a writer for Ringside News and its sister pop-culture news site, Thirsty for News. He’s been a pro wrestling fan since he was old enough to talk, which places his origins as a fan back to WrestleMania 3. If you look closely, you can find him in his teenage form in the crowd during the 1998 King of the Ring and any number of ECW FanCam tapes. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. His writing experience includes work for 247Sports, F4WOnline, and a litany of completely random freelance copywriting and ghostwriting jobs. Michael is working hard every day to bring a little extra to the stories he tells. With a passion for pro wrestling and pop culture, he’s delivering the news with the context it takes to understand it. He believes the world of professional wrestling is one of the most fascinating cultural phenomena of all time and loves to weave together it’s past and present. In his spare time, Michael likes to torture himself as a University of Pittsburgh football fan, sample tasty beers, and pretending to be good at Rocket League.

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