Travis Scott Deletes Instagram After Fans Drag His Batman Halloween Costume HOW BROWN SUIT WAS MADE

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This is HOW THAT SUIT Got MADE. Halloween officially kicked off this weekend, and many took the opportunity to relish in spooky content - or share their creative costumes - on social media. The holiday usually brings a slew of impressive outfits from celebrities, but it looks like one might have led to a less-than-positive chain of events. On Sunday, fans noticed that rapper and musician Travis Scott appeared to deactivate his Instagram account -- and some suspect that it could have been tied to his Halloween costume. Over the weekend, Scott had shown photos of himself dressed as DC hero Batman -- which were quickly met with backlash and jokes on social media. The photo showed Scott in a Michael Keaton-inspired Batman suit, while posed next to his brown vehicles. While the costume was undoubtedly elaborate and well-executed, the brown hue of the costume caught ire and confusion on social media. Some compared Scott's costume to a cockroach, while others just remarked about the staging of the photo itself.

That being said, fans don't unanimously think that Scott deleted his Instagram due to the costume itself. Scott's latest single, "Franchise (Remix)", arrived last month, and some have begun to theorize that he deleted his Instagram in an attempt to tease that other new music is on the way.

Either way, this Instagram ordeal is the latest headline-grabbing thing that Scott has been a part of this year. In April, Scott held an in-game virtual concert in Fortnite, which many praised for its production value and attention to detail. Over the summer, he also had a song featured in Christopher Nolan's Tenet, which the director called "crucial" to the events of the film. Rapper Travis Scott pulled out all the stops on Halloween, dressing up in an elaborate Batman costume, though the reaction to his outfit lead to the rapper deleting his Instagram altogether.

The 29-year-old rapper (real name Jacques Berman Webster II) went all out in a custom chocolate-brown Batman suit, posing next to his two vehicles of matching color in several Instagram posts and Instagram story videos.

The Sicko Mode Grammy nominee was compared to a cockroach by several commenters on Saturday, and by Sunday morning, his Instagram account was deactivated.
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