Lil Nas X added his image when opening the Cash App to teens 13 and over with parental permission. He even took the liberty of putting his hand in his pocket to facilitate his teens’ familiarity with money.
The Cash App mobile payment service is set to experience a boom in terms of the number of users in the United States of America and England. With its 36 million active users, the application developed by Square, Inc. is opening up to a new audience, in this case teenagers.
A publicity stunt for Lil Nas X
He knows he is very popular with teenagers. Lil Nas X already marked a decisive turning point in his career on October 22 with the entry of his track Call Me By Your Name in the Kidz Bop 2022. The teens provided the Kidz Bop version of his hit track. But that doesn’t seem to be enough for him.
In order to consolidate his fanbase, Lil Nas X associated his image with the opening of the Cash App application to teenagers from 13 years old and who have parental authorization. Lil Nas X delivered his impressions in such an innocent way. “ I’ve been on the Cash App for years, and I think it’s amazing that they are making it available to anyone 13 and over now.Lil Nas X said. He draws the attention of teenagers to the importance and usefulness of the application by explaining the opportunity and the benefits of the application for its new users. “ I wish there was something like Cash App when I was younger and I think it’s great that more young people could start taking control of their financial futures early on. He added.
The million dollar of generosity
Lil Nas X spent $ 1 million to accomplish two goals. As a first step, he wants to equip his teenage fan base with the financial means to learn more about money management. Secondly, it wants to support the mobile application in its mission to simplify human relations with regard to money by making money available and accessible at any time and in any place. The million dollar gift courtesy of Lil Nas X to teenagers is distributed on the artist’s social networks. Whether on Twitter, Instagram or TikTok, Lil Nas X makes people happy. Who said money can’t buy happiness?
Far from all his recent quarrels with Boosie Badazz, Lil Nas X received an honor. The Grammy-winning singer has been announced for this year’s GQ Men of the Year covers alongside 2021 NBA Champion Giannis Antetokounmpo and Spider-Man actor Tom Holland.