Lil Nas X stirred up a bunch of controversy after dropping the video for Montero (Call Me By Your Name), which shows him giving the devil a lap dance, as well as a lot of gay imagery.
Many, including rapper Joyner Lucas and Sada Baby, said they have a problem with the video because Nas X has a huge fan base of children after dropping "Old Town Road." But in a new interview with GQ, Nas X said he has no desire to be a role model and will do whatever he wants to do.
“At first I felt a sense of responsibility. But now I kind of just don’t care. It’s not my job," he explained. "Of course I want to spread good ideals, but I’m not nobody’s parents. At the end of the day, I’m just doing me, and hoping everybody else is following the lead, and doing themselves ... Part of my plan is to make sure people know I’m going to do whatever the f*ck I want, when I want to, and if you’re mad at it, I’m going to laugh in your face.”