Lis Nax X wore pink boxers for the stage performance for “Industry Baby” at MTV VMA.
by Surabhi Goel | Tue, 14 Sep 2021 08:05:31 GMT
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The American rapper Lis Nax X, who is known for his spectacular and spontaneous performances on stage, was recently seen performing with Jack Harlow for their hit single “Industry Baby” for the first time at MTV live video music awards.

The “Old Town Road” rapper who got his career to the peak has performed earlier in many stages shows with her most energizing performances. In June, during his stage performance at BET awards 2021, he kissed his male background dancer, Yai Ariza, for his single MONTERO in Call Me By Your Name. He is the first to reveal in public about his LGBTQ black artist community.

Rapper’s other stunning performance was in Saturday Night Live stage show conducted in May, where he tore apart his leather trouser and did a pole dance.

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Now on 19 Sept 2021, during his debut performance in the MTV music award, he made the entry in high school band uniform. Later he started stripping, taking out his shirt first, and showed some electrified moves in bright pink tracks. After some time, he was accompanied by Jack Harlow, where the rapper pulled down his tracks also exposing his shiny, glitzy pink-colored boxer briefs. 

He was seen dancing all over the floor, hunching and twerking during the stage show with the many background dancers. Jack Harlow made the entry from the fake prison created on the stage. Below is the video for reference.

The rapper was named one of the 25 most influential people on the internet in 2019 by Time and was titled with Forbes under 30 list in 2020. Presently, the artist is nominated for five awards in MTV music awards. Camila Cabello, Lorde, Machine Gun Kelly, and Olivia Rodrigo also performed on the same night, which made a memorable night for the spectators in VMAs present on that day. It was a pleasure to behold the sight of so many artists performing in that same evening on the same platform.