The musician's breakout hit earned the official certification on Sept. 17, the same day he released his debut album 'Montero.'
The creative, Stillz-directed visual features the pop star experiencing lust, love, and heartbreak.
"I guess I am the father as well as the mother," the artist said of his upcoming debut album.
"Founders Entertainment does not and will not tolerate hate or discrimination of any kind," said the Governors Ball Music Festival in a statement.
Lil Nas X, also came to his own defense after being singled out by the rappers for his sexuality and proactive music videos and performances.
Much of the original score will be used.