Unbelievable lookalikes at the Lil Nas X premiere

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The American rapper makes his comeback this Friday with the single “J Christ”. As a teaser, a preview was organized with more or less successful star lookalikes.

Lil Nas The rapper has just released a new single which is generating a lot of buzz. The “Industry Baby” singer presented the track “J Christ” this Friday. A piece that the singer comments on as follows:“My new track is dedicated to the man who achieved the best comeback of all time”in reference to Jesus Christ, of course.

Almost Ed Sheeran

For the purposes of his clip, the native of the Atlanta region called on improbable lookalikes of stars that can be seen at the start of his video. But it is in another publication that these are fully revealed. As a teaser, a “preview” of the new single was organized. In front of the camera of the Pop Crave media, these lookalikes parade to describe in one word the rapper native of the Atlanta region.

Jumbled together, we find fake Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Oprah Winfrey and even Barak Obama. Note the performance of the latter, the style of Kanye West, as well as the improbable “Taylor Swift”. It’s up to you to judge the resemblance or not.


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