The new school black rock stars tried to persuade their fan base that the“666” ideology was symbolism for six neutrons, six protons and six electrons. This is definitely not the case. 666 means what we initially assumed it meant: devil worshipping.
XXXTentacion was one of the main artists who told fans that 666 had nothing to do with Satanism. X revealed himself as a liar after sporting a cap with the writing, “Team Satan: 666” over it.
X has continued to spark controversy surrounding his support of the Satanism movement ever since his release from jail earlier this year. The “Look At Me” rapper took a photo standing next to a Baphomet painting. The Church of Satan uses the Baphomet symbol.
In May, X defended Sahbabii’s comments on Lil Uzi Vert’s upside down cross.
“By the way, for those of you who don’t know what the upside down cross is, it’s nothing satanic,” X said. “Just so you know. Stop saying that. It’s not controversial.”
XXXTentacion dissed Migos Offset for dissing Sahbabii over “upside down cross” comments.
“I don’t respect no n***a that don’t wanna see a young n***a prosper,” X said. “That s**t p***y. You supposed to wanna help the new generation. Tell this p***y n***a Offset to get off a n***a d**k. The f**k you on that young n***a d**k for? Always on somebody d**k. Shut yo p***y a-- up. N****s like 35 still tryna catch the wave. Yo career over.”