T-Pain is one of the most popular hip-hop rappers whose shows are usually sold out. Sadly, Pain had to reschedule his recent event due to a tragedy, which enraged his fans. T-Pain clapped back at the fans who were upset over the concert’s postponing.
A shooting occurred last week in Deep Ellum, Texas, at a popular event, killing three people and injuring three others. T-Pain opted to delay and move one of his The Road To Wiscansin Tour gigs scheduled for Deep Ellum. While this appeared to be a humane decision, concertgoers who were looking forward to the event have slammed T-Pain.
T-Pain’s fans were furious at his choice to postpone his concert. The slams prompted T-Pain to respond to the fans who were constantly criticizing him. T-Pain went to his social media account and sent a video message.
“Look, I understand that, you know, you had your plans and you wanted to go to a concert and oh my god this is gon’ be fun that night—people f*cking died! People f*cking died! You think you’re having the worst time than the people that f*cking died? Because your concert plans got f*cked up?”
“I’m sorry you didn’t have to reschedule your entire f*cking living life for a goddamn concert. I’d rather f*cking not be on tour than disrespect somebody that f*cking died. Like, come on, man. I don’t give a f*ck about no f*ckin’ concert when it comes to people’s lives! I don’t give a f*ck if your plans got—what the f*ck? I’m sorry this sh*t didn’t work out for you. Guess who else it didn’t work out for? The people that f*cking died the other day!”
Many people have echoed T-Pain’s sentiment and praised him for acknowledging the losses. That won’t stop those fans from getting upset about missing out on a T-Pain show. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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