Lil Nas X caresses HIMSELF while on the cover of GQ’s Men Of The Year edition

He recently became single after splitting with dancer Yai Ariza back in September.

And Lil Nas X proved that the only person he needs right now is himself.

The 22-year-old rap megastar caressed a clone when he appeared on the cover of the GQ Men Of The Year edition when he was named Musician of the Year for the release.

Lil Nas – born Montero Lamar Hill – talked about his relationship with Ariza – who starred in his That’s What I Want music video when he said: ‘I actually started dating my last boyfriend last year, which I’m still on really good terms terms with.

‘I love him to death. He is the best. I feel it was the most serious relationship I have ever had. “

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Self-love: Lil Nas X caressed a clone when he appeared on the cover of the GQ Men Of The Year edition when he was named Musician of the Year for the release

Self-love: Lil Nas X caressed a clone when he appeared on the cover of the GQ Men Of The Year edition when he was named Musician of the Year for the release

When that failed, Lil Nas stressed the importance of self-love in the interview with playwright Jeremy O. Harris when he said, ‘I feel like I still want to hang out with guys every now and then. I do not want anything that is – not to be a whore or anything, but I do not want anything that is like: ‘I need your time right now.

“Sometimes when you get upset or something, you just want to go with someone and cuddle and kiss and hug. And I love to do that. But in the end, I feel like I’ve gotten to a place where I’m have enough love for me to focus on myself. ‘

The star said he wants love to fall on itself organically.

He explained: ‘And when the time comes [for love], I do not want to force it or anything. There will be someone and I will say, “Okay, I want to prioritize this person.”

Former flame: The 22-year-old rap megastar recently became single after divorcing dancer Yai Ariza back in September

Former flame: The 22-year-old rap megastar recently became single after divorcing dancer Yai Ariza back in September

Back in September during an interview on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live, Lil Nas revealed that he was single again.

“I do not think I want any guy right now,” he admitted.

During their chat, Andy Nas asked about his girlfriend, whom he had toppled over in a Variety profile from August.

“I have found a special one now,” he said at the time. ‘I think it’s this one. I can not explain it – it’s just a feeling. ‘

Lil Nas - born Montero Lamar Hill - talked about his relationship with Ariza - who starred in his That's What I Want music video (pictured) when he said: 'I actually started dating my last boyfriend last year, which I still am on really good terms to

Lil Nas – born Montero Lamar Hill – talked about his relationship with Ariza – who starred in his That’s What I Want music video (pictured) when he said: ‘I actually started dating my last boyfriend last year, which I still am on really good terms to

'I love him to death.  He is the best.  I feel like it was the most serious relationship I've ever had ': In the clip, the former couple became very steamy in the bath

‘I love him to death. He is the best. I feel like it was the most serious relationship I’ve ever had ‘: In the clip, the former couple became very steamy in the bath

But the rapper seemed embarrassed when he admitted that the relationship had come to an end.

“I saw someone,” he said, emphasizing the past. “Uh, I decided I didn’t want any more.”

As the genre has historically been known to be driven by machismo and homophobia, Lil Nas has faced many challenges as an openly gay rapper, but remains optimistic about the perceptions that will change in the near future.

Alone Time: Back in September during an interview on SiriusXM's Andy Cohen Live, Lil Nas revealed that he was single again

Alone Time: Back in September during an interview on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live, Lil Nas revealed that he was single again

Goes his own way: 'I saw someone,' Nas clarified, emphasizing the past tense.

Goes his own way: ‘I saw someone,’ Nas clarified, emphasizing the past tense. “Uh, I decided I did not want more”

The Industry Baby hitmaker said: ‘The whole landscape is very hypermasculine. I feel like this newer generation of rappers coming in and those who are here are going to have to reshape their minds. Because changes are happening.

‘There are going to be so many gay rappers. There will be more transgender people in the industry and what happens now. In ten years, everything I do will not even seem shocking. ‘

Lil Nas x has been nominated for two American music awards – favorite male pop / rock artist and favorite music video for MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) – as the award ceremony will be broadcast this Sunday at 20 EST on ABC.

'Change is happening": As the genre has historically been known to be driven by machismo and homophobia, Lil Nas (seen in LA earlier this month) has faced many challenges as an openly gay rapper, but remains optimistic about perceptions that change in it. near future

‘Change is happening’: As the genre has historically been known to be driven by machismo and homophobia, Lil Nas (seen in LA earlier this month) has faced many challenges as an openly gay rapper, but remains optimistic about perceptions , which will be changed in the near future. future

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