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This past Friday (January 12), Lil Nas X dropped his first new single in nearly two years entitled “J Christ.”

Now, the controversial rapper addressed claims he was mocking Christianity with his new religion-themed single in a lengthy video the rapper uploaded on Monday morning.

 

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“I know I messed up really bad this time. I can act unbothered all I want, but it’s definitely taken a mental toll on me,” the Georgia artist said. “I’m not some evil demon guy trying to destroy everybody’s values and stuff like that. That’s not me.”

Lil Nas X added, “When I did the artwork, I knew there would be some upset people simply because religion is a very sensitive topic for a lot of people. But I also didn’t mean to mock — this wasn’t a f— you to the Christians. It was literally me saying I’m back like Jesus.”

Nas found himself in a firestorm of negative comments after uploading a TikTok in which he eats communion bread and drinks wine from a chalice while dressed as Jesus.

“I did not mean it as a cannibalism thing or whatever the freak. But I do apologize for that. I will say I’m sorry for that. That was overboard,” Nas continued.

“I didn’t mean to mock. This wasn’t a ‘Fuck you to you people. Fuck you to the Christians.’ It was not that. It was ‘I’m back like Jesus!’ I’m not the first person to dress up as Jesus. I’m not the first rapper, I’m not the first artist, and I won’t be the last.”

Several celebrities were offended by the rapper who is known for trolling.

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