Making the news cycle in 2021, you may remember some of the hype surrounding hip-hop artist, Lil Nas’ and his conversion to Satanism. Lil Nas not only came out as a flaming homosexual, but also as one who worships the devil as he depicted himself in disgusting sex acts with Satan in his music video.
But all of that is old news. I will not link to the video. I only mention this to bring up the next disturbing issue, that the “Christian” hip hop community has come out in full support of Lil Nas’ who is openly and proundly homosexual. But even worse, these so-called “Christian” rappers are endorsed by The Gospel Coalition.
The first is Andy Mineo, a Christian hip-hop artist who has been given glowing accolades by The [completely apostate] Gospel Coalition. Mineo apologizes to Lil Nas on behalf of Christians who oppose homosexuality.
Then there is Hulvey, who is associated with the flagship icon of Christian hip-hop, Lecrae, who also adds his apology for Christians into the mix. Hulvey tells Lil Nas that Jesus isn’t angry…that he isn’t angry that he depicts himself in homosexual acts with Satan. Because, yeah, God is cool with that, you know.
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Then, it shouldn’t go without mentioning that Lecrae, himself, has buddied up with Lil Nas and while Lecrae has been out denouncing “white Christianity” nearly daily—and deconstructing from Christianity altogether—he’s been silent since his endorsement of Lil Nas. In a now-deleted Instagram post, Lecrae commented on a picture of the two at the BET Awards, saying “He told me his dad is a huge fan. Which is either a compliment or testament to how long I been doing this.”
Well, now Lil Nas wants to make Christian music, and thanks to his Evangelical endorsements from “Christian” rappers, like Lecrae, Hulvey, and Andy Mineo, he sees no issue with this. In fact, he has taken it to an extremely debased level, even claiming that he can continue to perform homosexual acts on other men while making Christian music, and that the two are not “mutually exclusive.” I HATE, HATE, HATE to even post this tweet from this foul individual, but we need to know what kind of ripple effect comes down the pipelines when we try to intertwine Christianity with the world and reconcile the two. Pastors approve of TGC, TGC approves of these “Christian rappers,” and these Christian rappers approve of Lil Nas, and Lil Nas posts this: