Lil Nas X’ highly anticipated new single “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” was released on Friday and to great acclaim for the song and eccentric video came from the unsurprising moral panic of the Conservatives – which led to a war of words between singer and gun activist Kaitlin Bennett

The song features the singer, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, provocatively dancing with the devil in an extravagant and raunchy act in which Hill Pole dances his way from heaven to hell

Much like the outrage that Cardi B’s “WAP” sparked last summer, “Montero (call me by your name)” has generated a lot of mother-of-pearl among conservatives, with religious imagery generating a lot of criticism

One critic in particular is Bennett, or the “Kent State Gun Girl,” perhaps best known for being a conservative gun attorney who wore an AR-15 for her graduation photos

When 21-year-old rapper “Old Town Road” was criticized for his new single, Hill said she was “grateful” that Hill blocked her on Twitter

“It’s a week like this that I’m grateful to be blocked by Lil Nas X,” she tweeted

Even though Bennett was blocked, Bennett’s tweet was still seen by Hill clapping back to reference a meme about Hill and allegedly deflating at a party

“I still see your tweets in my pants,” Hill replied, sparking a seedy tweet from Hill who wrote, “The guy who picks up Satan’s a ** wants to talk about it ***** Pants? ‘”

That exchange sparked the next round of insults when Hill shot back, saying, “Yeah, and I could be yours”

Kaitlin immediately tweeted a screenshot of the singer’s response, captioned that he “threatened” to “rape” her father

The feud resembles the Twitter spats between rapper Cardi B and conservative pundit Candace Owens, sparked over the release of “WAP” and then again after the song performed at this year’s Grammys

The situation escalated to legal threats earlier this month when Owens criticized Cardis’ performance, saying it “weakened American society” “

“Millions of young girls follow you. At best, you’re self-deprecating and humorous,” Owens tweeted. Worst stage do it better @iamcardib “

To which Cardi B replied, “You are not talking about two women pushing their vaginas together while your husband and brother c ***** and balls together. Well, would you watch that? Wow,” Cardi tweeted along with the photoshopped screenshots

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