Lil Nas XHis son’s father has come to his son’s defense after people on social media called the rapper for refusing to help his mother in her battle with addiction.
Thursday April 15, Robert Stafford, the father of the Grammy Award– winning artist, shared a post via Instagram in response to criticism Nas X received recently regarding her mother’s struggles after a video began circulating online asking for food and money.
“Despite what people say @lilnasx is the greatest child a parent can be blessed with,” the IG legend begins. “Although her mother struggles with an addiction, she is STILL a QUEEN and he goes to great lengths to make sure that we are taking care of ourselves. Those who have family members and friends struggling with an addiction. addiction understand that you don’t have enough money. I can throw in on this to fix it. I usually don’t address personal issues publicly, but felt the need to. Please join us to keep it in your PRAYERS. And to those who try to create a false story, you will not prosper. #controlthenarrative. “
Lil Nas XNas X’s dad wrote a message to support his son after a clip went viral via social media of a woman, apparently Nas X’s mom, was spotted in a corner of Atlanta begging passers-by for money and food. People quickly started accusing the Georgia rapper of not supporting his mother despite her fame and wealth.
One person wrote: “Not a little nas x who makes millions while admitting his mother is homeless and begging for money.”
Another typed in, “Lil Nas X responds to anything but that video of her homeless mother begging for food? Ok …”
The “Montero (Call me by your name)The rapper has not spoken about the viral video, but has spoken about his relationship with his mother in the past, revealing that they are not the closest.
He said Variety earlier this year, “I never really talk about my mom. She’s an addict so we don’t have the closest relationship. Even trying to heal her – things haven’t really worked out.
Lil Nas XThe rhymer’s father comes to the rhymer’s defense a few days later Nas X has informed fans that his new single may be pulled from streaming platforms. His label, Columbia Records, released a statement on the song’s withdrawal as well as.
However, at the time of reporting, “Montero (Call me by your name)” still appears to be available.
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