Lil Nas X gives bride and groom a wedding day surprise they’ll never forget

Lil Nas X (Second from L) casually crashed a Disney World Orlando wedding and basically everyone reacted like the guest on the right. (Screen captures via Twitter)

Leader of the gay yeehaw movement Lil Nas X decided to bless a wedding at Walt Disney World Orlando by making an unscheduled appearance on Sunday.

The Grammy award-winning rapper tweeted Sunday: “Just crashed a wedding at Disney World.”

And, as is a legal obligation, the bride danced with the rapper to his record-breaking hit “Old Town Road”.

Safe to say that the bride was glad Lil Nas X crashed the weeding.

‘What the f**k is even happening right now?’

As the doors swung open and the song blasted out of the speaker systems, the hitmaker surprised dapper wedding guests as he escorted the bride into the wedding reception, complete with coordinating in an all-white outfit.

The 20-year-old shared a video on Twitter, seeing the rapper, real name Montero Hill, donned in a cowboy cap jovially jumping into the hall.

Astonished wedding guests cheer and shriek as one person turns to the camera and says: “What the f**k is even happening right now?”


In another video, Hill was spotted teaching the bride some dance movies to his song before shaking a man’s hand and waving goodbye.

He later hung out with some Minnie Mouse headband-wearing fans outside the park attractions later that day. The fan tweeted: “Thinking about how you didn’t say panini once when we met.”

Lil Nas X surprised children suffering chronic illness with intimate gig. 

The “Rodeo” rapper also swung by that day a dance party hosted by Bert’s Big Adventure. The nonprofit organisation brings children with chronic and terminal illnesses to Disney World.

In an aggressively adorable Instagram post, smiling kids can be seen jumping and dancing as the singer performed “Old Town Road” while eager carers and parents filmed with phones raised high.

“He was so kind and thoughtful,” the charity wrote in its caption. “Arriving with an autographed for each kiddo to wear during his performance.

“In addition, he graciously posed for so many photos and commemorated the evening by having the Bert’s Big Adventure kiddos and siblings sign his hat, too!

“It was an experience to last a lifetime!”

And if you need us, we’ll be crying for a lifetime at how lovely he is.