Legendary Rapper T-Pain shuts down disgusting racists in a Call of Duty match on Twitch.

Anyone who has played multiplayer games like Call of Duty will know that it can be a hotbed full of toxic players. It’s a harsh reality to face when there’s already so much trauma and hate in the world but, boy, does it feel good when that toxicity backfires.

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T-Pain, whose an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and Twitch streamer, had the unfortunate situation of coming across a few of these disgusting creatures as he was about to play a game of Call of Duty.

Rapper Brings the Pain to racist COD players

As he was waiting in the lobby for a match, the rapper was greeted with a “f**k Black Lives Matter,” followed by a plethora of appalling racial slurs directed at him by some other players.

Remaining calm and cool, as you’d expect T-Pain to be, he took it on the chin for that moment in time but was determined to get his own back on these sickening individuals.

Taking note of the racist gamer’s tags, T-Pain begins to hunt every last one of them down to show them that they won’t win this battle whilst crying out “I want all of them. I want every single f**king one of them.”

As T-Pain brilliantly whittles the team down, he demands them to ‘delete the Black skins from your motherf*cking COD’, before continuing to shout that he ‘wants it all’.

The Tiktok video is extremely hard to listen to so please be aware of that before you press play, but what makes it worthwhile is seeing how silent these rancid racists become when they get their asses handed to them – not such big, tough men after all I guess.


Shutting down some racists in Call of Duty

♬ original sound – T-Pain

If you’d like to find out more about the social movement that protests against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people, you can visit the Black Lives Matter site right here.

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