Fans are trolling Travis Scott over his Halloween costume again

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Photo credit: Instagram
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After Kylie Jenner shared some sweet family Halloween snaps on Instagram, fans took the opportunity to drag Travis Scott about last year's costume again.

Cast your mind back to November 2020, and you might remember the rapper deleted his Instagram after being trolled for his Batman costume. He decided to take a different spin on the usually jet-black costume and instead go for a brown version, complete with brown vinyl cape. In a picture of the outfit posted to Instagram, Travis posed next to a car of the same colour.

Quickly, fans took to the comment section of the post to let Travis know that while the costume itself looked pretty elaborate and accurate, they were mystified by the colour change, and basically thought Travis looked like a stationary statue or even a brown insect.

Sadly for Travis, one whole year later, fans still aren't ready to let the costume lie, jokingly bringing it up again on Kylie's posts from Halloween 2021. "In full mommy mode this halloween 🐈⬛ I hope everyone has a safe night 🖤🖤," she wrote to her 279million followers.

Despite going for a scary Michael Myers (from the film Halloween) mask, fans still referenced Travis's Batman costume in the comments. "Where is Batman?" one person commented, while another put, "Where is Batman Trav?"

Someone else said, "Travis statue 🤣" and "He looked like a cockroach."

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Thankfully, Travis seems to still be a fan of his 2020 costume, sharing an Instagram Story of the outfit with followers. We think it's great, Trav! You do you.

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