Lil Nas X's new single, 'MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),' might be described as possessing a 'Satanic theme.' If you haven't already seen it (though I'd be surprised if that's the case considering it already has racked up 30,000,000 views), well, I can help you understand why there is so much chatter surrounding its content.
The young artist spends most of the video pole dancing in Hell and grinding on Satan's lap... Yeah.
The video itself received very mixed reviews from the get-go, but now most of the discussion is based around Lil Nas X's 'Satan Shoes' — or more specifically, a limited-edition pair of Nike Air Max 97s that contains a drop of real human blood (along with 60 CCs of red ink) in the soles.
The shoes were just recently announced by Saint. They are very limited edition, and clearly related to Lil Nas X's video. Basically ever since their release, Lil Nas X has not stopped trending on Twitter.
I think we could all agree he assumed there would be a strong response when he originally developed this concept. It definitely helped bring up the view count for his video.
Kristi Lynn Noem is an American politician serving as the current governor of South Dakota. She is also trending on Twitter since she Tweeted how she felt about the 'Satan Shoes.' I don't know if she knew what she was getting herself into because her tweet also received heavy backlash, including a personal response from Lil Nas X himself.
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