Travis Scott Allows White Fan To Throw The N-Word In His Face, Shocking!

Travis Scott Allows White Fan To Throw The N-Word In His Face, Shocking!
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For the sake of entertainment, many celebrities take the plunge to deliver the wittiest but very remarkable acts--may that be in a front act, the main event, aside performance or even just a 6-second show-off. We cannot expect how things have gone so fast, and how come these things crossed to their minds, and deliver them in public. Anyways, as performers, they seem ready to be criticized or become instant headlines in the news the next day, and we cannot blame them for living that kind of life.

That's just a pretty cool story to tell.

Well, Travis Scott risked his career while he did this in one of his concerts. Hearing the whole thing may be fun at one point, but sometimes you will think "What?!", as you dare to delve into what have happened.

One Thursday night in Toronto.

One Thursday night in Toronto.

Travis Scott served as the front act for Rihanna's night concert.

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Work, work, work for 3500!

Work, work, work for 3500!
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Scott chose to perform his single '3500' in front of the people.

Apparently, it has the n-word..

Apparently, it has the n-word..
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That's 'nigga'/ 'nigger', just to be clear. This may sound offending for those blacks out there but it seems that Scott is living with it. Apparently he wanted to make the lines be delivered by a different person.

Scott chose a white man, not by accident!

Scott chose a white man, not by accident!
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Well, it's the whitest man possible. The end result? Priceless. The fan surprisingly pulled off the lines in the most expressive, most on-point, and coolest manner. Perfect!

Travis confessed that this is one of his most memorable fan engagement while performing.

Travis confessed that this is one of his most memorable fan engagement while performing.
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Again, he considered this as a very unique feat in his life. It's like its breaking the tension between American colors, as well as making the 'n-word ' a casual and a non-offensive expression.

It ends well, apparently!

It ends well, apparently!
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There were no follow ups in the story, but video evidences can perfectly tell the 'homie' environment and the excitement which was brought up back then.

Nothing more to do here.

Nothing more to do here.
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Thing went so well, really. Nice job, Travis Scott!

Anyway, there's another angle of the N-word video!

Be amazed with this thrilling moment.