Liberty University confirmed Friday that Lil Nas X would not be attending the college after he posted what appeared to be an acceptance letter.

X, formally known as Montero Hill, posted the letter on Instagram last week, saying he would attend the religious school this fall with a dual concentration in Christian Leadership and Biblical studies. And now the school is saying it’s fake.

“We can confirm that Liberty University did not issue the Montero Hill acceptance letter posted yesterday to social media, and we have no record of Montero Hill applying to the university,” a spokesman for the Christian college told Entertainment Weekly.

The statement went on to say that the university “exists to glorify God by equipping men and women in higher education in fidelity to the Christian faith expressed through the Holy Scriptures.”

The bogus letter was signed by former Liberty University head and founder Jerry Falwell, who died in 2007, the New York Post reported.

“I know some of yall hate me right now but I want yall to know I’m literally about to go to college for biblical studies in the fall,” Hill, 24, wrote in the picture’s caption. “Not everything is a troll! Anyways IM A STUDENT AGAIN! LETS GOOO!!!”

The letter apparently was promotional material for the artist’s newly-released single “J Christ,” and received mixed reactions from social media viewers.

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