Travis Scott Apologizes for Homophobic Onstage Remarks

Travis Scott Apologizes for Homophobic Onstage Remarks
Rodeo rapper Travis Scott has hopped online to apologize for homophobic remarks he made to a Houston crowd over the weekend, explaining that his slurs weren't meant to disrespect the LGBT community.

The controversy began on Friday night (September 4), between songs at Scott's show at Houston's House of Blues. An audience-shot video of the performance reveals that the rapper was riled up by a portion of the crowd, whom he called "faggots" and "a bunch of queers."

"I ain't cool with none of you faggots who just sitting here looking like a bunch of queers," he says in the video, which you'll find down below. "You wearing a fucking La Flame shirt, mothafucka. You better act like it, bitch. [Or] I'mma rip it off your fucking back." After the video went viral, Scott used his personal Twitter account to apologize for his choice of words, explaining that he never meant to "disrespect that community." He copped to being "a lil turnt up," admitted he was speaking in the heat of the moment, and that he was "working on that."

You'll find Scott's series of tweets down below.