Liberals have completely gone off the deep end over the last five years.
They’ve caused the culture war in America to spread everywhere from Hollywood to sports.
And one top NFL draft pick spoke out about a disturbing anti-Christian music video.
Rapper Lil Nas X broke out with the country-themed hit “Old Town Road” in 2019, but since then he’s become desperate to make a big splash.
After his meteoric rise to fame, he came out as gay, and now he’s created a disturbing music video where he seduces the Devil.
In addition to the sickening video, Lil Nas X endorsed a “Satan Shoe” with the Nike swoosh on the side.
The shoe even comes with a drop of human blood.
Clemson Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who’s slated to be the number one overall pick in the NFL draft next month, felt the sneakers crossed the line and said so on Twitter.
Line has to be drawn somewhere. Smh. https://t.co/89bSqfPtyE
— Trevor Lawrence (@Trevorlawrencee) March 28, 2021
It’s hard to argue that the reprehensible music video and accompanying shoes don’t cross a line of decency.
The backlash to the shoes were so severe that Nike is suing the shoe designer for trademark infringement; Nike provided the shoes to the design company MSCHF, but allegedly did not authorize their logo to be used.
A Nike spokesperson said that the company “do[es] not have a relationship with Lil Nas or MSCHF. Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”
Nike had no choice but to distance themselves after the blowback to the literally satanic shoes.
Lawrence speaking out against the shoes shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise.
Lawrence was one of the highest rated high school prospects ever, and lived up to the hype.
He won a national championship as a true freshman, returned to the title game as a sophomore, and made the playoffs as a junior.
Lawrence also broke school records as a passer.
His leadership qualities are some of the reasons why the Jacksonville Jaguars are all set to draft him first.
Perhaps the most troubling aspect of the incident is that the shoes sold out quickly, and leftist journalists ran to the defense of Lil Nas X and his overly anti-Christian message.
This is just the latest example of why Americans should not be looking to entertainers for lessons about morality.
Leftists are fine with anything so long as it doesn’t conflict with their revolution.