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Kid Cudi Claps Back At Christian Rapper's Lame Diss Track of Lil Nas X

Kid Cudi Claps Back At Christian Rapper's Lame Diss Track of Lil Nas X

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“God ain’t have nothing to do with this,” Kid Cudi said.

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Lil Nas X recently talked about “entering his Christian music era” in a recent post on X (formerly Twitter). While this is a path many other mainstream musical artists have taken before, out gay rapper Nas X was probably joking about it, and/or would tackle the genre in a very different way than most artists.

Nonetheless, Nas X has already attracted the holy fury of several Christian rappers who are creating diss tracks about him. One of them is Bryson Gray, who has 320,000 followers on X, 280,000 subscribers on YouTube, and 246,000 followers on Instagram. Gray describes himself as a “biblical Christian rapper” and points out in his social media bios that he’s “hated by many.”

In a new diss track titled “Lil Nas X (Response),” Gray raps that Nas X “took our money, but as soon as he got big, all of a sudden he’s pushing homosexuality on our kids.” He also spits bars about how “all our kids are being lead astray. They let Cardi B on Baby Shark, yeah, she catch a stray.”

For context, “catching a stray” is when you diss a second individual while dissing a primary individual. In other words, it functions as a two-for-one read.

Gray’s song, which currently has over 17 million views on X, caught the attention of Grammy Award-winning rapper Kid Cudi. For years now, Cudi has been preaching that hip-hop needs to improve its relationship with the LGBTQ+ community. Unsurprisingly, Cudi quote-shared Gray’s diss-track with a GIF of 50 Cent saying “What you saying ‘f*ck me’ for?” Cudi also wrote in the X post:

“[crying emoji] Catchin’ strays. God ain’t have nothing to do with this [laughing emoji].”

If you’re wondering, Nas X is seemingly having a blast with this whole thing. On Wednesday, December 6, he wrote on X:

“I made one snippet about wanting god to give me hope a few days ago and already like 5 Christian rappers have conceptualized, wrote, recorded, and shot music videos in their grandma’s basements for diss songs about me. We really back.”

We’re laughing pretty hard over here.

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Bernardo Sim

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim is a writer, content creator, and the deputy editor of Out. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.