Woah Vicky Tries To Come For Lil Nas X, Doesn’t End Well For Her

photo via Instagram, @lilnasx

We here at Instinct, like many of our readers, LOVE Lil Nas X. One of the many reasons he is adored by the queer community is his fight and unwillingness to take crap. OK so that’s two reasons. There are endless more reasons but the sheer fact that he proudly stands up for himself and his sexuality makes him king in our book. 

In 2021, Instinct reported on his many clap backs to the homophobic comments after the release of his music video Industry Baby. One post referred to the video as demonic. (Funny how the conservative right used that some word to villify Sam Smith and Kim Petras for their Unholy video. Its like they have a cheat sheet of which words to pick from for each of their unwarranted and unprovoked attacks.) The Rodeo singer wasted no time replying,


there was nothing demonic about the industry baby video. just say u hate gay people musty.

Influencer Woah Vicky didn’t get the memo that when you come for Lil Nas X, you better have receipts. The “influencer” went on the We In Miami podcast and in an attempt to make herself go viral she “made the unsubstantiated claim that the rapper is faking his sexuality.” According to the LA Times,


“Woah Vicky, whose real name is Victoria Rose Waldrip, claimed that Lil Nas X has been pretending to be gay to “get more famous.” The influencer claimed she had friends who knew him in high school but didn’t provide any evidence.”

Immediately, the Old Town Road singer clapped back, “who gives af what ja rule thinks at a time like this” hahhahahahhah.


The “internet celebrity” known for her anti-LGBTQ views wasn’t done slamming the queer community commenting that Lil Nas X and nonbinary rapper Lil Uzi Vert both “sold their soul,” and “need Jesus.” Go sell crazy someplace else, we are all stocked up here!

For his part Lil Nas X moved on from this petty drama showing some love to his fans in Saudi Arabia telling them,

“to my gays fans from saudi arabia reading this. i hope this song is getting you through whatever you’re going through and i hope someday soon the laws against us change and you can be free in your own home.”










Source: LA Times

1 thought on “Woah Vicky Tries To Come For Lil Nas X, Doesn’t End Well For Her”

  1. I’m not sure I’ve heard of someone pretending to be gay to get ahead. Only heard of pretending to be straight even though you’re gay.


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