Lil Nas X distributes pizzas to demonstrators outside his Boston show

Lil Nas X distributes pizzas to demonstrators outside his Boston show ...

'A group of religious protesters gathered across the road, asking his stumbling blocks to'repent and believe' with huge signs,' Lil Nas X said, before he tweeted, 'This is a fantastic promotion!'

Lil Nas X updated his followers with a video of his team handing them pizza as one of the posters raised a microphone and said, 'We thank you and we appreciate yet not this time.' The video then focused on another protester who was wearing a shirt that reportedly read Christ's forgiveness ministries as Sufjan Stevens' Mystery of Love played.

The 'Industry Baby' rapper is currently on his 'Long Live Montero' tour, which will include stops in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Altanta, Nashville, Orlando, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and San Francisco. The tour will begin on August 8th, but will finish on 17th November in Barcelona, Spain.

Lil Nas X responded to homophobic protesters by offering them free pizza, which they did not acknowledge. The 'Montero' singer was apparently performing in Boston, Massachusetts, as part of his Long Live Montero Tour, and conservative protestors gathered outside the MGM Music Hall at Fenway Park to protest the LGBTQ+ symbol.

Lil Nas wrote before updating that the protestors would not want the free pizza, but I unintentionally fell in love with one of the homophobic protestors, and later uploaded a video of the said exchange. It was then accompanied by Sufjan Stevens' Mysteries From the Call Me By Your Name film.

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