The link to his full post has since been deleted (screen shot below), but the initial portion also resides on Twitter. In that since-deleted Instagram post, Pastor Troy also expresses pride that his 14-year-old son no longer wanted to go to Applebee's after seeing "some punks kissing and laughing and eating mozzarella sticks."
Pastor Troy continued, “He sees it...their agenda to take the masculinity from Men, Black Men Especially. Some may say, “He Making Money!!” Rupaul do too, but I ain’t bumping his CD!!! Integrity is Priceless. Y’all Better open that 3rd Eye and let your Sons Know What Is Real...Or They Ass Gone Be Headed Down That Old Town Road Foreal!!~P.T.”
Atlanta's Lil Nas X, 20, won two Grammy Awards at Sunday's ceremony and produced one of the most enjoyable performances of the night as he rolled through sets of doors to sing his record-breaking hit with collaborators including K-pop stars BTS and his best friend in country, Billy Ray Cyrus.
The young rapper had a nonchalant response to Pastor Troy’s criticism.
He's also parlayed his "Old Town Road" success into a Doritos commercial with actor Sam Elliott that will air on Super Bowl Sunday.
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