T-Pain has faced all the punches of criticism since his rise to fame. The American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer has provided hits such as “Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’)”, “Blame It” and “Up Down (Do This All Day)” in the mid 2000s. It seems he recently snapped at fans miss quoting a famous lyric.

Over the weekend, T-Pain complained about fans misinterpreting the words to his song “I’m Sprung” and corrected them on Twitter. The statement “Dog she got me” caused a lot of confusion. T-Pain finally got frustrated and corrected his fans in a series of tweets.

How in God’s name do ppl hear ‘out to get me’ on I’m Sprung?! It drives me crazy! It’s ‘Dog she got me’…. How are you hearing the other thing at all?!

How are you even hearing ‘get’ over ‘got’ I just can’t think of a way to hear that. Pls go listen to the song with this new information. It’s like watching an old movie as an adult and finally understanding all the s-x jokes.

And just to clear this up on the I’m sprung thing… there was no auto tune on that part. I only used auto tune on the verses so shut the hell up about how auto tune made it sound weird. I annunciated the F-CK out of them words.

T-Pain has worked with iconic artists like B.o.B, Jamie Foxx, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne in the most. However, almost all his works had a heavy influence of auto-tuning. After getting ridiculed over his use of Auto-Tune approach all these years, Teddy Pain decided to silence his critics once and for all.

He also isn’t a fan of the new generation of rappers. T-Pain’s debut album, Rappa Ternt Sanga, includes the legendary song, which was his first top 10 success on the Billboard Hot 100. Check out the series of Twitter rants by T-Pain below.

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Gunjan Nath

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