Lil Nas X is set to release his new album on 17th September, this Friday. For the last two to three weeks Lil Nas has been faking to be pregnant, this captured the attention of many followers. Many people commented on his pregnancy post on twitter with different energy.
He said he will be giving birth on 17th September, this means that his pregnancy was all about releasing an album. Also he has come up with a baby registry, this is a platform for donations to charities. This platform is only important to him, every time he surprises the twitter with new things.
What if Lil Nas's pregnancy was real? It would be amazing to see how he would handle his nursing days. His pregnancy would have proved that LGBT Community can deliver their own babies.
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