Lil Nas X Drops Music Video for ‘Panini’ The “Old Town Road” celebrity has finally released the long-awaited video for his song, “Panini.” The track was originally released on June 20, a day before the release of his debut EP, ‘7.’ The video features actress Skai Jackson trying to outrun Lil Nas X in a ‘Blade Runner’-esque world. Lil Nas X previously teased the video concept at the MTV Video Music Awards. According to Lil Nas X, “Panini” is about the relationship between an artist and their fan. Lil Nas

Lil Nas X reveals he’s ‘somewhat’ in a relationship

Although Lil Nas X hasn’t shared many details about his personal life, he recently opened up about his relationship status. 

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During an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” he revealed there was someone special in his life. 

When the talk show host asked the star if he was dating anyone, he admitted he was “somewhat” in a relationship.

DeGeneres then complimented the rapper, calling him very “good looking.” Lil Nas X returned the compliment, before DeGeneres joked, “too bad we’re not right for each other.”

The artist also talked about the importance of coming out. He said he wanted to encourage others who may be struggling with their sexuality. 

“It would be good for the youngins who are listening to me right now who will have to go through stuff like this in the future to know that it’s alright,” he said. 

On the last day of Pride Month, Lil Nas X shared he was gay. He said there were hints in the cover art for his “7” EP, which includes a rainbow on one of the buildings. He also said there were some clues in his song “C7osure.”

Take a look at his full interview with DeGeneres here.

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Najja Parker
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