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“J Christ”: Lil Nas X is Not Trolling, He’s a Pawn of Demonic Industry

In “J Christ”, Lil Nas X takes on the role of Jesus Christ in the most disrespectful ways possible. While some say that he’s “trolling” his Christian haters, the symbolism of the video sends out a deeper message: We’re in modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah.



The story of Lil Nas X exemplifies how the music industry shapes and molds celebrities according to the long-term goals of the occult elite. And these goals include turning young people into highly confused degenerates.

After releasing Old Town Road – a somewhat wholesome country rap song that was highly popular with young people – LNX got signed with Columbia Records in 2019. Almost immediately after, he came out as gay and he appeared on this magazine cover.

The one-eye sign means that he’s not an independent artist anymore, he’s an industry slave.

In the months that followed, everything about him changed: The lyrics, the imagery, the wardrobe, and the general messaging. From a quirky rapper with a penchant for the viral, LNX became a poster boy for explicit homoerotic imagery combined with overt satanic symbolism. In other words, the industry found a perfect vessel to push its agendas on the “urban” demographic.

I will spare you the countless symbolic videos, photoshoots, and performances LNX partook in throughout the years but there’s a specific video we need to rememorate (unfortunately): MONTERO.

In the 2021 video MONTERO, Lil Nas X gives Satan a lap dance. Because he’s Satan’s b*tch. Sorry, but that’s the only word that appropriately describes their relationship. There’s much more going on in that video as well.

At the same time, LNX also released Satan Nikes which are probably the most cursed shoes in human history.

The shoes feature the number 666, inverted crosses, and inverted pentagrams. Also, each shoe contains one drop of human blood – a reference to the elite’s obsession with blood sacrifices and consuming human blood. In this pic, LNX uses a shoe to make a one-eye sign so you perfectly understand that he’s a total industry slave.

A few years after this satanic mess, LNX is back with another mediocre song combined with a similar gimmick.

J Christ the Promo is Bad

Before the release of J Christ, LNX posted a series of pictures and videos on social media where he claimed that he’s now a Christian. Of course, it was a lie and yet another excuse to mock Christianity. And, judging by the comments on these posts, people hate whatever he was trying to do.

In a photo posted on Instagram, LNX mocks the crucifixion of Christ. One commenter notes that it’s weird that he needs to do this to stay relevant. Well, if he didn’t do this, the industry would throw him in the garbage because he’d be useless.


In another lame attempt at being funny, LNX (or whoever) posted an acceptance letter to a Christian college. Of course, it is fake as a Liberty University rep stated that he was never accepted there.

With these weak attempts at promoting a song, the table was set for a weak attempt at a hit single.

J Christ the Song is Bad

J Christ is very similar to LNX’s previous video MONTERO: It’s a computer-generated mess of symbolism and biblical imagery, complete with attempts at virality and gimmicks.

The video begins with a line of people dressed in white climbing stairs to heaven.

As gospel music plays in the background (yes, he’s also mocking gospel), we realize that all of these people are celebrities (look-a-likes).

Among the celebrities are Oprah, Kanye West, and Barack Obama. I don’t think any of these people are going to heaven. And that might be the “joke”.

Atop the stairs is the last person you want to see after dying: Lil Nas X.

In this scene, LNX is probably playing the role of St. Peter at the Pearly Gates, but with satanic inversions.

So, in the scene above, LNX is dressed as a woman (complete with makeup and fingernails) while wearing a choker that says SEXY. It doesn’t take an expert in theology to understand that this whole display is blasphemous. LNX’s “SEXY” choker refers to indulging in humanity’s animalistic instincts – a core concept of Satanism – while in heaven, as a spiritual being, with God. Also, Satanism is all about mocking and corrupting Christian symbols, so LNX is holding a rosary to the camera.

Then, LNX showcases a symbol on his hand. It looks like a sigil (a symbol created for black magic) which clearly includes an inverted cross (the main symbol of Satanism). This sigil is seen throughout the video.

Then, LNX slides down a stripper pole directly to hell.

LNX tries to be sensual next to human corpses being boiled in a cauldron.

Once again, a mainstream music video contains a reference to cannibalism – one of the insane obsessions of the occult elite. They’re desperately trying to make it cool and sexy (see Katy Perry’s Bon Appetit and Dua Lipa’s Sweetest Pie).

Wearing high heels and a “negligee”, LNX stands under a demonic head bearing the inverted cross symbol. The message: He’s still Satan’s b*tch.

Speaking of which, Satan makes yet another appearance in an LNX video.

Instead of grinding on Satan’s genitals like in MONTERO, LNX shoots some hoops with him. Wow, Satan is so much fun to be with! #relationshipgoals.

Satan wears LNX’s shoes, on which was added the satanic sigil. In case you were wondering, the Bible verse Luke 10:18 says: “And He said to them, ‘I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven’.”

LNX is not only a baller, he’s a cheerleader.

Although there exist male cheerleader outfits, LNX and a bunch of other dudes prance around in skirts. Industry slaves have to cater to the elite’s gender-blurring agenda at all costs.

After chilling with the Devil for a while, LNX then decides that he’s Jesus.

Here, LNX is crucified … and upside down. Yup, we’re treated to another inverted cross while LNX mocks Jesus.

Above LNX’s head, etched right on the crucifix, is the satanic sigil seen throughout the video.

Meanwhile, LNX raps:

Back-back-back up out the gravesite
B*tch, I’m back like J Christ

I’m finna get the gays hyped
I’m finna take it yay-high

Yes, he used the word “b*tch” in the same line as the word “Christ”. That’s something Satan’s b*tch would do.

In another scene, LNX shaves a lamb while wearing a FABULOUS sheepskin vest.

Once again, this scene is highly symbolic. It is most likely a reference to Jesus being called the Lamb of God by John the Baptist:

“Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”
– John 1:29

This scene might also refer to the saying “a wolf in sheep’s clothing”.

wolf in sheep’s clothing is an idiom from Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount as narrated in the Gospel of Matthew. It warns against individuals who play a duplicitous role. The gospel regards such individuals (particularly false teachers) as dangerous.

“Duplicitous” is indeed an appropriate word to describe this LNX video.

Then, the video gets even weirder.

A lady “worships” LNX as he’s attending the MET Gala.

As seen in previous articles, the MET Gala is an annual meeting of industry slaves who parade around while wearing ridiculous outfits, ranging from humiliating to outright satanic. Despite him being nobody’s favorite artist, LNX is invited to this sad display every single year. The video celebrates this fact as an “achievement”.

In an apparent quest to ridicule the entire Bible, LNX then turns into Noah.

This scene is reminiscent of Obama’s movie Leave the World Behind, another piece of elite-funded indoctrination disguised as “entertainment”.

As the entire world is flooded, LNX dances around with his buddies in front of a billboard with yet another message mocking Christians. On the right is a red neon cross. As seen in previous articles, neon crosses are often seen in music videos to represent the corruption of Christianity by the elite.

The video ends with the creation of a new (satanic) world.

The last shot of the video: LNX’s “arch” adorned with the satanic sigile under the mocking of a biblical verse.

One thing is for sure, LNX  is not “in Christ”. He’s in Satan. Actually, Satan is in him. Like, physically.

J Christ the Reception Was Bad

When the video was released, it was nearly universally hated. I say “nearly” because one organization absolutely loved it.

The head of the Church of Satan took time from his busy schedule of sacrificing babies to praise LNX.

While the Church of Satan enjoyed the video, the rest of the world that doesn’t actively worship the devil hated it. Not only were a huge number of comments on social media and YouTube negative, but numerous artists knocked him for disrespecting the Christian faith.

Lecrae is one of the many artists who commented on LNX’s blasphemous video.

Following this criticism, LNX published an “apology” video on social media, saying that he “messed up bad”. Here’s the beginning of it.

“Hello, everybody. I wanted to not necessarily apologize, but I wanted to explain where my head is at and where it’s been for like the last week. First of all, when I did the artwork, I knew there would be some upset people or whatnot. Simply because, you know, religion is a very sensitive topic for a lot of people. But I didn’t mean to like mock. This wasn’t like a ‘f*ck you’ to you people, ‘f*ck you’ to the Christians. You know, it wasn’t that. It was literally me saying, ‘Oh I’m back, I’m back like Jesus.’ That was like the whole thing.”

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. And I know that given my history with, you know, the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ video, anything that I do related to religion can be seen as like mockery… [but] that just wasn’t the case with this.”

He said all that while looking like this.

Because everything relating to him is cheap and gimmicky, this “apology” might have been planned before the video even came out to squeeze a couple more headlines from the “controversy”.

In Conclusion

The song J Christ in itself is mediocre and highly derivative. It is nearly a carbon copy of Kendrick Lamar’s song HUMBLE. which came out 6 years ago. I point out this fact because we need to understand that LNX (and many other mainstream artists) do not make music, they make media “events” created to convey specific messages. The music is merely an afterthought and any mediocre, generic, AI-generated crap will do.

While most people believe that LNX is the anti-Christ, chances are that he’s not. If you’ve read previous articles on this site, you know that nearly everything about him is a repetition of what was done by other artists in the past. Here’s the sad fact about LNX: He was “chosen” by the industry because he was the perfect vessel to bring to rap a perfect combination of Satanism with the constant feminization of male celebrities. They saw in LNX a willingness to partake in whatever depravity they want to promote. So he gets the budget and the promotion that real artists could only dream of.

While it is easy to hate on LNX for disrespecting Christianity, we also need to understand that he’s just doing as he’s told. He’s just a pawn on the industry chessboard. And, if he’s out of the game, another pawn will just spawn out of nowhere and promote the same exact garbage. Because we’re in modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah.


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