Rapper T-Pain absolutely annihilates group of racist, anti-BLM players in Call of Duty


Rapper T-Pain has effortlessly wiped out a load of racist players on Call of Duty: Warzone, and we love to see it.

Playing on his Twitch channel, the rapper was met on voice chat by a whole slew of racist slurs and a chant of “f**k Black Lives Matter”.

So he did what anyone else would do and thoroughly kicked their asses in the game.

“I want you to delete the Black skins from your muthaf**kin’ COD! I want it all! I want it all, boy!” he shouted, while blasting them effortlessly.

It led to his side winning victory 200–152, which he happily rubbed in the faces of those racist players.

“Ladies and gentlemen, looks like the [N-words] win. Stupid idiots!” he exclaimed.

He uploaded a clip of the game to TikTok on 29 April, which has since received thousands of likes.


Shutting down some racists in Call of Duty

♬ original sound – T-Pain

T-Pain regularly plays on his Twitch account under the name Nappy Boy Gaming, and has amassed a following of almost 600,000 people.

Call of Duty: Warzone and Overwatch are his main games – he’s clearly got an eye for first person shooters.

Beyond racists, cheating is rife in Warzone’s community.

Last month, two cheaters were banned from the game after being called out by the game’s actress who was playing on Twitch.

Alex Zedra, Twitch streamer and actress, hosted one of the streamers on her channel, realised they were cheating and took to Twitter to reveal their behaviour.

Earlier this month, Activision posted an anti-cheating progress report as they tackle cheating on the platform.

To date, 475,000 players have been permanently banned from the game for cheating.

The Warzone map was recently refreshed after a special event that saw nukes dropping from the sky. In its place is a 1980s themed map that’s in-line with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

The event marks the beginning of the game’s third season that includes new skins and weapons.

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