Some believe that the ‘Sicko Mode’ hitmaker is dissing his fellow rapper over how the latter treated Kylie Jenner during their relationship.
Travis Scott (II) recorded a lot of songs for his 2016 album “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight”, but only a few were made it into the cut. Now an unreleased song which reportedly was recorded for the effort has found its way online, with some speculating that the “Butterfly Effect” hitmaker was taking a dig at Tyga on the song.
Travis could be heard name-dropping the “Hookah” rapper in the second verse. “They might hit you with that Tyga, never do you right,” he rapped. “I might have to pull a Tyga, I might have to crash my ride.” It was suggested that the first line had something to do with Kylie Jenner, who was still dating Tyga around the time the song was recorded. Some speculate that Travis was slamming his fellow rapper over how he treated the makeup maven during their relationship.
Meanwhile, the second line was a direct reference to numerous car incidents involving Tyga. The father of King Cairo crashed his Lamborghini Aventador in 2012 and crashed his then-girlfriend Kylie’s Rolls Royce Ghost in 2015.
Should his lines really be a diss aimed at Tyga, it sure is interesting, given the fact that both rappers are linked to Kylie. Travis is currently dating the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star. They even share a daughter named Stormi.
The diss aside, some fans speculated that the song was produced by “Ritter or Vinylz with Frank Dukes.” It’s also said that the official version of the song will make its way out in a couple of days. Nothing has been confirmed as of now.
Travis recently teased that his next album would contain a Broadway theme, hinting that he might actually put on plays before its release. “I love Broadway. It’s super dope. I was thinking my next album should be like, I do a play for a whole week, design a play around my whole album,” he said on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”.
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