Travis Scott batman costume Outfit batman costume, deleted Instagram

It is said Travis, 29, lost it when a fan likened his outfit more to a cockroach than the caped crusader-and he pressed the delete button when it all nice too funny for him. Travis Scott seems to have the hump after fans criticised his Batman outfit. He has deleted his Instagram account after the bullying allegedly got too much.

Travis deleted his Instagram - and reports in America says it's because fans slated his costume
Travis deleted his Instagram - and reports in America says it's because fans slated his costume

Travis Scott deleted his Instagram account after fans BASHED his brown Batman costume for Halloween

Rapper Travis Scott pulled out all the stops on Halloween, dressing up in an extravagant Batman ensemble, though the response to his outfit contribute to the rapper deleting his Instagram entirely.

The 29-year-old rapper (real name Jacques Berman Webster II) went all out in a personalized chocolate-brown Batman costume, posing next to his two cars in similar hue in many Instagram stories and Instagram story recordings.

The Sicko Mode Grammy candidate was likened to a cockroach by many commenters on Saturday, and by Sunday morning, his Instagram account was deactivated.

Scott's Twitter account is still functioning, but he has to comment on deactivating his Instagram after Sunday afternoon.

Apparently, Rap Warning first found the deactivated site, sharing some of Scott's last Halloween pictures and a snap of his now-blank IG profile.

Since Scott hasn't posted on why he's deleted his Instagram, it's not 100 percent confirmed that he's doing so because of his costume haters' remarks.

Some figured he deleted the IG page as a means to drum up the hype for new songs.

In early October, Scott launched Franchise Remix featuring Future, Young Thug & M.I.A., but it's uncertain whether more music is on the way or not.

Franchise's initial version dropped in September, starring Young Thug and M.I.A., which helped Scott reach record books.

The initial Franchise track debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts, making him the first artist in history to have three # 1 singles debut within a year, Billboard said.

Franchise preceded The Scotts by Travis Scott and Scott 'Kid Cudi' Mescudi on May 19, 2020, and Highest In The Room, which launched the 19 October 2019 Billboard Hot 100 charts.

His first # 1 single was Sicko Mode, which climbed to top charts on December 8, 2018 after 17 weeks in the top 10.

Scott enjoyed a weekend getaway with his ex-Kylie Jenner and their two-year - old daughter Stormi.

Kylie and Stormi have joined the Halloween mood, sharing images of their outfits as identical Minions on social media.

Kylie's half-sister, Kim Kardashian, also spent her twinning Halloween with her child North when both went out as creepy clowns.