Lil Nas X and NBA YoungBoy Releases New Video For BET Diss Track Life To Da Party #LilNasX

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Lil Nas X and NBA YoungBoy Releases New Video For BET Diss Track Life To Da Party #LilNasX

Just before the 2022 BET Awards air this weekend, Lil Nas X alongside NBA YoungBoy released the video for the song Late To Da Party, sending shots aimed a

06/24/22 6:00 PM Lil Nas X And NBA YoungBoy Releases New Video For BET Diss Track Late To Da Party Written By Kendall Parks Crashing The Function Just before the 2022 BET Awards air this weekend, Lil Nas X alongside NBA YoungBoy released the video for the song Late To Da Party, sending shots aimed at BET Networks. 199 Views Comments Off on Lil Nas X And NBA YoungBoy Releases New Video For BET Diss Track Late To Da Party Share Lil Nas X and NBA Youngboy dropped the official music video for their song Late To Da Party which is a diss track to BET networks over feeling snubbed for nominationsat this weekends awards show. The video starts off with Lil Nas X going to travel on the plane before landing to pick up YoungBoy. The video shows the artists driving around the city together, and crashing the BET awards ceremony. Before the video, BET released a statement posted on the BET website. It responded to the Old Town Road singers claims of being snubbed by the entertainment network: We love Lil Nas X. He was nominated for a best new artist BET Award in 2020, and we proudly showcased his extraordinary talent and creativity on the show twice: he performed Old Town Road with Billy Ray Cyrus at BET Awards 2019 and his BET Awards 2021 performance was a highlight of our show. No one cheered louder that night than BET. BET Responds To Diss Track As the BET Awards countdown begins, another well-respected artist has been added to the star-studded line-up. Grammy Award-winning rapper Lil Wayne will also be taking over the stage this yearmaking up for the highly-anticipated

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