- Travis Scott deleted his Instagram account after his fans slammed his Batman costume
- Travis wore a chocolate-brown Batman costume for Halloween and posted snaps on Instagram
- Travis decided to deactivate his account on the app after his fans compared him to a cockroach
US rapper Travis Scott has deleted his Instagram account after his fans slammed his brown Batman costume for Halloween.
Travis, real name Jacques Berman Webster II, took to Instagram and posted pics of himself wearing the chocolate-brown Batman suit. The star's fans dragged him when they saw the snaps. Most of the Sicko Mode hitmaker's fans on the photo-sharing app compared him to a cockroach.
When he realised that the pics were attracting negative reactions from social media users, he deactivated his Instagram account. Tweep @RodeoTheAlbum took to Twitter and shared Travis' pic in the Batman costume.
Tweeps also shared hilarious reactions to the post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Someone said that he looks like a flying cockroach."
"Batman isn't even brown."
"That’s Travis' favourite colour."
"Lol this one's my favourite."
"All that money and he couldn’t get the suit to at least be...... BLACK! Lmaaoo."
"Someone should’ve told him the colour of Batman’s suit."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi musician L'vovo Derrango has cautioned peeps to take some time off social media. The Palesa hitmaker recently took to Twitter to urge his followers to take time away from social media and concentrate on their dreams.
The star just wants his fans to focus on improving their lives instead of spending so much of their time on social media. He warned his 259k followers not to be consumed by "this monster". Since the Covid-19 lockdown began earlier this year, many people have used social media as a form of entertainment.
People rely on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for breaking entertainment news and latest gossip. Many peeps cannot stay away from social media because of the twars that usually break out among Mzansi celebs. L'vovo asked his fans not to lose themselves on the many platforms. The musician who is very active on Twitter wrote:
"You will lose yourself, you will always be angry or you will forever be laughing at stupid things instead of working towards your dream and a better life. SOCIAL MEDIA DETOX IS VERY IMPORTANT. Do bot allow yourself to be consumed by this monster. Take a break, ghost people. Live!"
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