Travis Scott Stops DJ From Playing Asake’s Song at US Club (Video)
American rapper Travis Scott set tongues wagging online after he asked for a change of song at a nightclub in Miami, United States.
A video that is trending online captures the moment the club DJ played Nigerian singer Asake’s song in the hip-hop act’s presence.
The person who recorded the clip claimed that Travis was telling the disc jockey to stop playing ‘Sungba," which is what was blaring on the speakers, and wanted his own song to be played.
When he was done soliciting the mixer to grant his request, he raised his head and realized he was being filmed, so he warned the videographer to take the camera off him.
Watch the video below:
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