Rapper T-pain got instant revenge on Twitch gamers while streaming Call Of Duty. Watch what was said to him and how he got his revenge.
35-year-old rapper T-pain is known as a light-hearted and jovial character.
The “Bartender” singer is also a well-known Twitch streamer, often live-streaming himself playing games like Call of Duty.
In a recent stream, he was the subject of racist abuse, but managed to get his own back perfectly.
What did the racist gamers say to T-Pain?
On Wednesday night, the rapper was playing COD online and was harassed by a group of racists.
During the stream, they started started yelling “f*ck Black Lives Matter” and shouting the N-Word at him.
T-Pain’s response to racist Call of Duty gamers
Initially, T-Pain remained calm as he headed into the next available game.
He then proceeded to get revenge on the racists by targeting the people yelling the abuse and picking them off one by one.
As he wiped them out, he said, “I want every single f*cking one of them.”
He then told them to “delete the Black skims from your motherf**king COD” before continuing to yell about how he “want its all”.
T-Pain added: “Ladies and gentlemen, looks like the N**** wins.”
People applaud T-Pain for his revenge
The singer posted the footage on TikTok with the caption, “Shutting down some racists inCall of Duty.”
Thousands of people took to social media to praise him while condemning the actions of the racists.
Racism on Call of Duty
While many applauded T-Pain for his response, some argued that not enough is being done to prevent racist abuse online.
In June 2020, Infinity Ward, the company behind the game, issued a statement outlining how they were going to tackle the issue.
The statement read: “There is no place for racist content in our game. This is an effort we began with launch and we need to do a better job.
“We’re issuing thousands of bans and hate-orientated names. But we know we need to do more.”