After reportedly being mistaken as Chief Keef while in South Africa, Travis Scott offers evidence to show the children knew who he was, (or at least didn't think he was Chief Keef.)
The "Goosebumps" artist was in Johannesburg, South Africa performing with Bryson Tiller when a video went viral of children allegedly yelling "Chief Keef" as he walked through the streets. However, Travis Scott posted a video to his Twitter today knocking out those claims.
"I'm on TV, I'm on TV, shoot me, shoot me. South African culture rocks you dumb vultures!!" he posted to his Twitter alongside a video that has better quality and is closer to the children than the previous one. The video proves that the children were really just excited about being on camera and did not mistake him for Chief Keef. Take a look below.
African kids think Travis Scott is Chief Keef 😂 pic.twitter.com/ktH8do616O— GLOGangNationz (@GLOGangHQ) June 18, 2017
"I'm on tv " "I'm on tv "— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) June 22, 2017
Shoot me shoot me
South African culture rocks
U dumb vultures!! pic.twitter.com/QXAz7rf6SO