Award-winning artist Lil Nas X was honored by the city of Atlanta with his own day on Oct. 20, 2021. Earlier in the day, the rapper visited one of the Black LGBTQ-support organizations he’s previously donated to, and continued to raise awareness about people living with HIV and AIDs.

Lil Nas X makes donation to LGBTQ org, raises HIV awareness in Atlanta visit

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