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Lil Nas X Decides He’s ‘No Longer Gay’ After Grammys Loss

The rapper was nominated in five categories, including Album of the Year, but went home empty-handed, prompting him to remark that he’d had greater Grammy success with songs released before he came out of the closet.

‘I can’t believe I’ve lost all of my Grammy nominations.’
‘I am no longer gay!’ he tweeted after realising that his name had not been called in any of the five categories.

Lil Nas X won two Grammys in 2020 for his viral blockbuster Old Town Road, which he released before coming out as gay.

For his debut album, Montero, and the single of the same name, he was nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Melodic Rap Performance, and Best Music Video, however he lost out each time.

The rapper kept his supporters updated from inside the venue during the ceremony, pausing midway through the show to tweet photos of himself on the red carpet with the remark “lost all my [grammys] so far.”
‘Let’s rejoice about that!’

During the night, the rapper managed to go on stage once, singing a medley of songs from his album, including Dead Right Now, Montero (Call Me by Your Name), and Industry Baby.

Lil Nas X performed in front of a big screen that displayed hate comments in response to his controversial Montero video, as well as a giant statue of his own face, in an usually lavish concert.

He went on to tweet images of himself with all of his celebrity buddies, including Lady Gaga, Doja Cat, Jack Harlow, and SZA, dubbing himself the latter’s “special caretaker” as he pulled her around the event in a wheelchair.

Lil Nas X revealed he’d had a change of heart just minutes after denying his sexuality, tweeting: I change my mind, I want to be slutted out tonight,’ before ending the night in his hotel bathroom, singing: “I didn’t win no Grammys, that s*** make me cry, zero for five Grammys, that s*** make me cry.”

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