Last week, Lil Nas X released a music video for his new single, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” and many noted some similarities to the “Cellophane” visual from FKA branches – including “Cellophane” director Andrew Thomas Huang. Now, FKA twigs has thanked Lil Nas X for discussing the similarities with her. “Thank you @lilnasx for our gentle, honest conversations and for recognizing the inspiration Cellophane gave you and your creative team in creating your iconic video!” She wrote on Instagram tonight (March 30th). She added, “I think what you have done is amazing and I fully support your expression and bravery to advance the culture for the queer community. Legend status. “Find her full post below.

The two pictures show a similar pole dance choreography. In their Instagram post, Twigs also thanked Huang and the choreographer Kelly Yvonne as well as sex workers and strippers for “providing the physical language to make both videos possible”. twigs also mentioned that she worked with SWARM (Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement) and encouraged followers to donate to the organization.

Revisit Pitchfork’s cover story, The Sacred and Profane Genius of the FKA Branches.