Travis Scott seems to towing Kanye West’s path when it comes to ex-partners. The rapper made a diss track about Timothee Chalamet, Kylie Jenner’s alleged boyfriend.
In his upcoming album “Utopia” one of the songs listed on the album had lyrics which sounded quite interesting. It seemed like he was dissing Chalamet, Kylie Jenner’s new flame.
Scott rapped, “Wrappin’ the cheese, wrap around me ’cause I’ve got property,” Chocolate AP [Audemars Piguet] and chocolate the Vs / got the Willy Wonka factory / Burn an athlete like it’s calories, find another flame hot as me, bitch.”
Although the lyrics on the song “Meltdown, which featured Drake, per Genius, could be just the rapper bragging about his wealth, it has been assumed he was taking a swipe at Timothee Chalamet.
Although Travis Scott will soon be releasing his album “Utopia”, he revealed that the album has been in production since 2020 and was delayed due to the pandemic.
Per Deadline report, in May 2021, Timothée Chalamet landed the title role in a prequel to Willy Wonka’s adventures in 1971’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and 2005’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
And was not even in the picture because Scott and Kylie Jenner were in an on-and-off relationship. The two finally split in December 2022 after welcoming a child earlier in February.
Things turned with Kylie Jenner and Chalamet sparking romance rumours four months after the split. The duo had been seen enjoying secret dates.
Around May Entertainment Tonight reported that Travis was “not thrilled about Kylie moving on.” But both were “still cordial and focused on co-parenting and being the best parents they can be.”
But one may wonder if it is to be so. As it seems Travis Scott is learning from Kanye West in trolling the new boo of their exes. It is no wonder if the rapper willfully changed the lyrics of his song.
Just like we just said, he referred to Kanye’ Ye’ West. “Crazy how they love to talk sh*t and got no Trident / I’m loyal, b***h, I got Ye over Biden,” he said, in a nod to Kanye wanting to run for president.
Fans were quick to notice how Scott let Kanye West influence his new album “Utopia” in terms of his 2013 album Yeezus with its experimental ambitions and soundscapes.
“The Yeezus influence is pretty obvious with this project, and I think he really pulled it off,” tweeted one fan, a sentiment that was shared by many.