Travis Scott Impersonator Comes Forward, Explains Cheating Stunt
Travis Scott has been trying to tell y'all, he would never do anything to hurt his relationship with Kylie Jenner.
Earlier this week, a photo that appeared to picture the ASTROWORLD rapper cozying up with an unidentified woman surfaced on the Internet. Uploaded by random meme accounts before the web's most notorious gossip sites, the "Sicko Mode" rapper was quick to shut down the allegations.
"Sh*t cap asss f**kkkk TMZ ain't post this sh*t," Scott replied in the comments. "TMZ ain't post this sh*t. Trolls working hard today. I don't be on balcony wit no thots. That sh*t lame. Try again u trollsssss. Me and my wife sturdy. Back to celebrating !!!"
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Now, almost three days later, the truth has been revealed. On Wednesday (Dec. 6), YouTuber Christian Adam has come forward about staging the cheating scandal.
Detailed in a 17-minute long video, Adam explained his inspiration for the social experiment and urges that the photo was "NOT made to intentionally hurt Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner or the entire Kardashian family in ANY way shape or form" but rather intended to show that "you can't believe everything you see on the Internet."
With the photo surfacing soon after Scott topped the Billboard charts with both ASTROWORLD and "Sicko Mode," he wasn't going to allow the alleged scandal to dampen his mood.
When the fake photos first appeared, Scott took to his IG story to comment on the matter. "Trolls always wanna create some fake sh*t to destroy real love," he wrote. "GOING OVER BOARD TO MAKE SH*T LOOK LIKE [IT'S] NOT IS EVIL. I hate acknowledging sh*t. But quit try to take joy from sh*t that's good. I pray god block out all evil. BACK TO CELEBRATING!"
#1 album and #1 single.
God is good.
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 3, 2018
Now that the truth has been revealed, Scott is keeping that same energy. Tired and disappointed by the lengths Internet trolls go to ruin a good thing, the "Butterfly Effect" rapper commented on Adam's IG post with a disapproving "shaking my f**king head."
Take a look at the full explanation below.