Lil Nas X revealed what most already knew in a coming out post on Instagram over the weekend. The country trap star celebrated the end of Pride Month with a big reveal on social media.

The 20-year-old directed his 1.3 million Twitter followers to listen to one of the tracks on his recently released EP 7 album.

“some of y’all already know, some of y’all don’t care, some of y’all not gone [gonna] fwm [f–k with me] no more. but before this month ends i want y’all to listen closely to c7osure,” he tweeted.

The lyrics on “c7osure” are vague and not immediately obvious of the message he was trying to convey.

“I know, I know, I know it don’t feel like it’s time / But I look back at this moment, I’ll see that I’m fine.”

As the news spread, the rapper’s Twitter followers were initially supportive of his chosen lifestyle, but country music purists flamed his timeline with hateful tweets.

“deadass thought i made it obvious,” Nas wrote in a follow-up Tweet that featured images of his rainbow cover art.

Many of his 2.8 million followers locked horns with anti-homosexual IG users who taunted Nas X with insults.

“you gonna katch [sic] aids tryna be gay,” wrote one Instagram follower. Another user wrote: “‘Ride till i can’t no more’ I mean can’t lie that was pretty [suspect],” referring to the lyrics in Lil Nas X’s No. 1 hit song, “Old Town Road”.

A third user wrote: “Look at all the homophobes.”

“Can’t nobody tell me nothinnnn,” Nas wrote in an Instagram post under a bathroom mirror selfie.

Nas’s single “Old Town Road” continues to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the 13th straight week.

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