T-Pain playing Call of Duty


‘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


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.


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. 


“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