Rapper Lil Nas X sparked controversy in the religious community with his new video "Montero (Call Me By My Name)."
The Queens admitted they were wrong to co-sign LNX as a role model for their children.
The 21-year-old rapper came under fire for appearing to worship the devil in his music video. In one scene, Lil Nas X kisses the devil and gives Lucifer a lap dance.
The Queens looked puzzled and befuddled. You could almost hear them asking, how could we have been so wrong?
"It's a lot for the kids that are watching," said host Claudia Jordan.
Co-host Syleena Johnson was the most conflicted of the Queens. She straddled the line between expressing support for the LGBT+ community and condemning the Satanic message in LNX's music video.
"Who are the people that are advising him?" Johnson asked. Who is over there saying this is good?"
According to Johnson, Lil Nas X's advisors could have given him better guidance and rejected his anti-religious symbolism.
"Black folk don't play when it come to the Lord," said actress Vivica A. Fox.
"I think that he just went too far," said co-host LisaRaye McCoy, whose granddaughter is a huge LNX fan.
"...[H]e's an artist and he just wanted that shock value, which is what he fed into," she said.
"I don't want my grandbaby seeing that at all now," she said. "I'm like no, and I'm afraid that when she goes to [play] his 'Old Town Road' video, that that one is gon' play next..."