T-Pain playing Call of Duty

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‘I want all of them’: T-Pain demolishes team of racist trolls on Call of Duty

One gamer said 'f*ck Black Lives Matter,' and another chanted the N-word.

 

Kahron Spearman

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Posted on Apr 30, 2021   Updated on May 3, 2021, 10:41 am CDT

A tremendously satisfying viral TikTok shows artist and gamer T-Pain waylaying an entire Call of Duty squad after players harassed him with racial slurs.

The Masked Singer winner posted a TikTok video of the team sending a hailstorm of racism in his direction. Racism in online games, including Call of Duty, has long been a problem, and even celebrities like T-Pain aren’t immune. One gamer said “fuck Black Lives Matter,” and another chanted the N-word.

T-Pain wrote on TikTok he was “shutting down some racists in Call of Duty,” indicating that things didn’t end well for the racist trolls.

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Shutting down some racists in Call of Duty

♬ original sound – T-Pain

“One of these motherfuckers was on that [N-word] shit and I want all of them,” T-Pain says in the video.

Shortly after a cut into action, T-Pain slaughters an entire Call of Duty team.

“I want every single fucking one of them,” T-Pain says. 

https://twitter.com/cynical_ahole/status/1387908597515005956?s=20

“I want it all! I want it all! I want every part of it! I want the whole thing!” T-Pain yells along with a woman, presumably his wife, in the background. “Keep talking that [N-word] shit! I want you to delete the black skins from your motherfucking CoD. I want the whole thing. I want it all!”

It’s not clear who said what and when, but T-Pain appears to knock off four players: @brewandthecrew@madtitan_cod, and two others with gamer handles “Jon Likes BBW” and “[USSF]KillaKam.”

“I want it all, boy!” T-Pain screams after achieving ultimate victory. “Ladies and gentlemen, looks like the [N-word] wins.”


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*First Published: Apr 30, 2021, 12:01 pm CDT