Travis Scott suddenly deleted his Instagram over the weekend, wiping all his pictures from his social media.
Fans have already come up with several theories as to why he deleted the account with most of them thinking it's because his Halloween Batman costume was dragged by followers.
Travis Scott's Instagram account disappeared suddenly over the weekend, taking with it more than 3,000 pictures and many are-they-or-aren't-they Kylie Jenner and Travis pictures. Because the account disappeared so suddenly many fans were quick to assume he deleted the account as a result of being mocked for his Halloween costume.
To celebrate the spooky holiday Travis dressed up as superhero Batman, taking a different spin on the usually jet-black costume and instead going 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, with some fans even suggesting the colour of the cape was a bit cockroach-esque.
Travis Scott deactivates his Instagram after people were clowning his Batman costume. pic.twitter.com/aUAXLDvjQj
— Rap Alert (@rapalert2) November 1, 2020
While some made fun of his choice to deactivate his account, others defended the SICKO MODE rapper, saying that the costume was a great interpretation of a classic.
no way people bullied Travis Scott off instagram😭his costume not even bad it was lowkey fire
— Gio🚀 (@AverageMF_) November 1, 2020
Hearing that Travis Scott deleted his entire Instagram after “fans” made fun of his Batman costume makes me pissed and sad. Why can’t people just hype everyone up no matter what and let others live. @trvisXX you looked dope bro
— Aidan (@AidanGStroud) November 1, 2020
Meanwhile others thought that the decision to delete his Instagram could actually be an indication that new releases could be coming soon.
— RapTV (@raptvcom) November 1, 2020
We think the costume looks great, to be honest. And we're definitely keen on the new music theory.
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