T-Pain Excitedly Dances to Kendrick Lamar's Drake Diss Track 'Not Like Us' at Las Vegas Gig
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During his recent 'Mansion in Wiscansin Party Tour' stop, the 'Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')' hitmaker is spotted grooving to the song being played by a disc jockey.

AceShowbiz - T-Pain got loose when a Drake diss track was being played. When taking the stage in Las Vegas, the "Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')" hitmaker excitedly danced to "Not Like Us", a diss song created by Kendrick Lamar.

On Monday, May 27, the 39-year-old singer/songwriter artist became a hot topic on X, formerly known as Twitter, after a video of him grooving to the diss track circulated on the platform. In the 16-second clip, it could be seen that he was taking the stage during his recent concert as part of his "Mansion in Wiscansin Party Tour".

T-Pain, whose real name is Faheem Rashad Najm, was documented showing off his skills in dancing as a disc jockey played "Not Like Us". He looked happy as he moved his legs, hands and body. At one point, he pretended to be playing drums as he jumped several times. While flashing his radiant big smile, he also put one of his hands up in the air.

The "Up Down (Do This All Day)" singer sported a colorful outfit, including a yellow tee that came with dark-colored graphics on its front side. He also rocked a pair of long purple jogger pants, white sneakers and shades. He completed the look with a headpiece and long white outer.

It did not take long for the tweet to be flooded with mixed responses from X users, including those who believed that T-Pain hated Drake. In the replies section, one in particular wrote, "Dude peaked the same decade he debuted so what now. He's just mad Drake didn't give him a verse for 5 O'Clock which was his last decent hit EVER in the music industry btw."

In contrast, some users appeared to have shown that they liked T-Pain dancing to the diss track. One of them joked, "Damn Pain. now Drake finna have some bars for you," adding a slew of laughing face emojis.

Meanwhile, a third noted, "This song playing before or at the end of so many concerts is hilarious. I need it to replace 'Welcome To The Jungle' at Bengals games at this rate." A fourth added, "Chill. Social media will tell you only white kids are f**king with the song. They also don't live out west where this s**t is like the national anthem rn."

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