The rap star, sex symbol and badass Lil Nas X has just released an uncensored version of his erotic video “Industry Baby”. Fans of the song – and the scantily clad men in it – didn’t quite get everything they expected from the clip.
Lil Nas X – who is used to trolling people on the internet – posted a link to the uncensored video on his Twitter account on July 28. “Lil Nas X, Jack Harlow – INDUSTRY BABY (Uncensored Video),” he captioned succinctly.
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However, when fans arrived on the YouTube page, things took a disappointing turn. After the video started playing smoothly, it then moved on to the notorious shower scene, which features Lil Nas X and several male backup dancers stripping down. There is no doubt that fans hoping for an uncensored cut of the video have been waiting for this scene the most. Unfortunately, the video was cut to a photo of a shower head with a “stamp” circle, freezing the image in place as the song continued. The frozen image of the shower head continues for the rest of the song.
Fans on Twitter have expressed frustration – and amusement – at the prank.
“Please don’t tell me about the lack of buffering. You all just have a slow INNANET, ”user @geesworId wrote.
“I waited 30 minutes until I realized,” @itskidcozy joked.
“I’m so pissed off, bruh,” @ cluelessalt2 said.
Sis my gay ass unplugged my modem phew chyle that’s just—-
– Anna Mae Bullock (@ I8TheCakeIke) July 29, 2021
“Sis my gay ass unplugged my modem phew chyle that’s just—-” admitted @ I8TheCakeIke.
I am now Dick Rolled.
– marie stanley (@ mariestanley6) July 28, 2021
“I am now Dick Rolled,” joked @ mariestanley6.
This isn’t the first time Lil Nas X has played a prank on the internet. Earlier this month, he posted a video of himself about to kiss fellow rapper Queen Blackwell. Just when their lips looked like they were about to meet, the video instead cut them in half breaking gas in front of the camera.
Take a look and enjoy the “Uncensored” video for “Industry Baby”. Frankly, we are still waiting for a real full-front version.