White corporate music execs funded a music video with Lil Nas X, where a bunch of Black men are in prison twerking. And the lone white man, Jack Harlow is sexually involved with a FEMALE guard. But all the Black men are sexually engaging with each other.— Tariq Nasheed ?? (@tariqnasheed) July 23, 2021
This is progress? pic.twitter.com/zXkteQGvS5
Remember when I tweeted this last month, where I pointed out how white music execs positions white rapper Jack Harlow to look civilized and masculine, around images of Black males looking buck-broken and childlike. https://t.co/ef49YIYtSR— Tariq Nasheed ?? (@tariqnasheed) July 23, 2021
White corporate music execs are going to eventually produce a music video with Lil Nas X having sex with dudes on a slave plantation.— Tariq Nasheed ?? (@tariqnasheed) July 24, 2021
Lil Nas X when he finds out it’s an all male prison pic.twitter.com/fiyo5ToHd6— El ? (@xitgavemelife) July 23, 2021
It is a new progressive era.
When I was growing up in the 1990s, it was fashionable in the music industry to present black rappers as hypermasculine gangsters. The Jews who control the entertainment industry have apparently grown tired of that transgressive image and have replaced it with their new trope of black effeminacy.
Yes, the controversial 22-year-old rapper dons a hot pink prison uniform in the raunchy new video for his new song “Industry Baby.” (Warning: Don’t watch the clip above — which already has nearly 3.5 million views on YouTube as of Friday morning — if you are easily offended.) …
“I become 10% gayer every time I read a ‘we get it you’re gay’ comment,” tweeted Lil Nas X in response to the fan reactions.
He’s already promising an uncensored X-rated cut of the music video if he can get enough clicks and likes on Twitter. …”
The “new masculinity” is Lil Nas X in pink or wearing a dress and being sodomized by Satan or Pharrell Williams in a dress in GQ. Is Tariq Nasheed right about Buck Breaking?