Latest On: Tommy Lee VS Travis Scott—”Come Up With Ur Own Sh*t”

Latest On: Tommy Lee VS Travis Scott—”Come Up With Ur Own Sh*t”

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 30: Musician Tommy Lee accepts the Skins award onstage at PETA's 35th Anniversary Party at Hollywood Palladium on September 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for PETA)

Photo Credits: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for PETA

Tommy Lee said he’s not finished and he’s not done!

Two days ago the Mötley Crüe drummer said Travis Scott ripped off his Astroworld Tour set design from him and he’s still going off on the gram! Check out his first post:

He actually posted twp, first he says he took his “360” loop and ALSO the rollercoaster. “To many people this probably isn’t a big deal. But as an artist, I specifically created the 360 and the Cruecifly for my shows. No one had put a roller coaster on stage before me. NO ONE.”

Lee wrote all this on his IG story today and the original posts appeared on his feed two days ago. The post came after videos of Scott and “wifey” Kylie riding the coaster together at his show in New York, were all over bthe internet. Lee says, he isn’t even mad that he actually stole the idea; it’s more that he didn’t give him the credit. “When you put all that time and effort into something and someone just jacks it from you, it’s not cool. Had he given me credit or paid homage it would’ve been a different story.”

Scott’s legal reps deny any wrongdoing, and claim the drummer actually isn’t the originator of the idea. Regardless, Lee ain’t having it *insert hand claps*. He then refers to when videos surfaced of Kanye’s glass box set design at Camp Flog Gnaw, and he was accused of stealing it from Lorde. “Just like Kanye stole his set design from Lorde’s show. We are artists. We pride ourselves on what we create. For someone to just come along and take it for their own isn’t cool. Come up with ur own shit. That’s what an artist is supposed to do.”

Well it looks like for now this is a case of He said—He said.

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