Lil Nas X was born Montero Lamar Hill in April 9, 1999. He rose to fame with the release of his country rap single "Old Town Road", which first achieved viral popularity in 2019 before climbing music charts internationally and becoming diamond certified by November of that same year. He has been able to grow and promote himself in the industry and currently has over 9million followers across the world.
It is always good news anytime a celebrity reveals that they are expecting a child. But it's not likely ideal for a man to keep a baby anywhere.
Popular American singer Montero Lamar Hills, who is known by his stage name Lil Nas announces on his social media page that he is expecting a child by himself. He is the one carrying the fetus and the mother is currently in the United States.
In an upcoming album from the artiste, it has been reported that Lil Nas X is trying to troll Drake. Drake's new album "Certified Lover Boy" was announced on Monday, which would be released on September 3. He equally shared some maternity shoot to express his happiness and endorsements. Below are some photos;
He dressed in a long gown that reveals his baby bump and also wore a flower crown on his head
He captioned "I can not believe I am announcing this, my little bundle of joy is arriving this month of September".
The cover art depicts a series of Whatsapp emojis of pregnant women. See below the cover art that depicts pregnant women.
Lil Nas X has taken the cover art for Drake's new album "Montero" and made it his own - with one notable change.
Some of his fans felt happy when they came across the post.
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