Travis Scott Batman

Travis Scott Batman

Travis Scott Batman

Travis Scott Batman

Travis Scott shares a cool infographic on his Facebook fan page that he posted to help paint a visual narrative of "Batman". You can check it out here, but be warned that the Batman costume contained in the infograph may shock and offend some people!


Kylie Jenner, of course, couldn’t help but post anyway, and via her Instagram stories we saw the likes of Doja Cat, Winnie Harlow, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd ignoring social distancing guidelines. Apparently, all guests took a rapid COVID-19 test before the event. If there is a lesson to be learned, it simply to never post.

Cast your mind back to November 2020, and you might remember the rapper deleted his Instagram after being trolled for his Batman costume. He decided to take a different spin on the usually jet-black costume and instead go for a brown version, complete with brown vinyl cape. In a picture of the outfit posted to Instagram, Travis posed next to a car of the same colour. (Source: www.cosmopolitan.com)


Pregnant Kylie Jenner Flaunts Baby Bump In Sexy LBD For Date Night With Travis Scott Kylie Jenner never fails to hit serious fashion goals. Now that she is pregnant again, her maternity style is so on-point. On Wednesday, she stepped out for a date night with beau Travis Scott looking like a snack in a […]

You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself get clowned for your Batman costume. That's the lesson Travis Scott learned this weekend, after fans made fun of the rapper for his not-so-fly brown Caped Crusader look for Halloween. (Source: ew.com)


Some fans are theorizing that Scott deleting his Instagram account was simply a ploy to drum up hype for new music. In early October, the Houston-bred artist teased on Twitter that his fourth album was coming and also changed his Instagram bio from "ASTROWORLD," the name of his last album, to "UTOPIA."

Travis Scott wants fans to know that backlash to his Batman Halloween costume is not the reason for him shutting down his Instagram account. At least that's what Scott's reps are saying in a new statement to CNN. According to the news outlet: "A representative for Scott told CNN the Halloween reaction had nothing to do with his decision to delete his account. At this critical time in our culture, he's taking a break from social media to focus on his family and hopes to encourage his fans to do the same, ​the representative said." So there you have it. (Source: comicbook.com)



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