The Internet Crushes Rapper Travis Scott For Repeatedly Disrespecting T-Pain By Not Showing Up To Recording Sessions

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Fans aren’t happy with Travis Scott for his treatment on legendary rapper T-Pain

Last week, T-Pain went on Instagram live and described a situation in which Scott said he agreed to record some songs with him but ended up standing him up several times without contacting him.

According to T-Pain the two rappers had agreed to meet at the studio on the 14th to the 18th of the month. However, Travis didn’t show up to the sessions. At first, T-Pain gave Scott the benefit of the doubt when he didn’t show on the first day of the recording sessions “obviously the guy hasn’t had enough sleep, so it’s the 14th, the first day, no big deal,” he admitted. “The 15th comes, he didn’t show up. Now, mind you, this was after he had me order these new speakers that I have to pay $500 for daily!”. T-Pain was left shocked when Scott never came to any of their pre-scheduled recording sessions.

He explained that he tried to reach out to Travis on the days he didn’t show up, but no one could contact him.

“Nothing, not one thing. With me! Nothing from Travis Scott’s team. But Instagram, Tik Tok, Twitter, Facebook, everything fully active whole time. Didn’t skip a goddamn beat. I seen that he was on Fortnite. Hit him up on private chat, nothing. That’s cool.”

Pain also went on to share an incredible story of how Scott fell asleep while standing up in the middle of a conversation.

“I started going into how I do production and the whole time I’m looking at my computer, and he’s back there with his homeboys,” “I don’t know what they’re doing back there.” “Eventually, I turned around…and Travis and his crew were all asleep! “Everybody in the room is dead asleep,” “Knocked the f*** out. Travis is somehow also asleep…standing up.”

Rap fans were outraged at how disrespectful Scott was to T-Pain and blasted him on Twitter.

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