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Lil Nas X Warns Fans As He Says ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Might Be Removed On Streaming Services

Lil Nas X Warns Fans As He Says ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Might Be Removed On Streaming Services

Lil Nas X, one of the most controversial artists of recent times, is facing a huge problem that the removal of the song ‘Monter (Call Me By Your Name)’ from streaming services, and rapper fans have warned about it.

On Friday, March 26th, Lil Nas X released his long-awaited single Montero (Call Me By Your Name). The song also has a crazy music video. The music video shows Eve kissing a snake, a pole dancer who seduces the devil, and a prisoner chained by people wearing Regency-era wigs. Everyone described in the video was played by Lil Nas X.

Ever since Lil Nas X released her latest music video ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name),’ it has been the focus of criticism. People claimed that the music video clip is sexed-up.

Lil Nas X made a statement about his song and warned fans as he said the song might be removed on streaming services. He also gave some advice to his fans and said they should record the song somewhere.

Here’s what Lil Nas X tweeted:

“not even joking. everybody stream call me by your name hard today because it may no longer be available tomorrow and there’s nothing i can really do about it. thanks for all the support tho!

everybody screen record the audio/video on youtube so you will have the song in your gallery worst case scenario.”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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