T-Pain established himself among the top artists in the industry. The rapper’s music talents have gained him millions of fans. It appears someone is scamming them by pretending to be him.

On Saturday, T-Pain shared an email that is being sent out to his fans on Instagram in which someone is pretending to be him and scamming people out of money. The rapper advised his fans to not fall for the bait.

The email, which has several grammatical errors said that “NAPPY BOY ENTERTAINMENT LABEL” is offering “a marketing /Distribution publishing deals” and everything from “graphics designs to professional materials.” It further said, “There is a small fee of $300 for this to take place which will state the offer was unsolicited,”

T-Pain captioned a screenshot of the email: “These boys out here actin UP!! GAAAAAHHHDAAAAAMN! If you get this email pls don’t be stupid.” The rapper asserted that if someone already fell for the scam, ” Y’all know that ain’t me. And broski who sendin that shit out…… com’on son. Chill bro. ‘Hello my name is T-Pain’ head ass chill bro.”

As of now, it’s unclear how many people were sent the email, but hopefully, no one fell for the scam. Stay tuned to Thirsty for future updates. You can check out T-Pain’s post below.

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