Singer T-Pain Eradicates Racist Players in "Call of Duty" Game
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Singer T-Pain Eradicates Racist Players in “Call of Duty” Game

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As we’ve been saying for many years now, racism is alive and well and has not dwindled over the years. Even after the last presidential term, it was quite evident that the racist mindset was elevated to a point that there were many who actually felt comfortable not hiding it anymore.

Well, Faheem Rasheed Najm came across several while playing a popular online game and he used the tools of the game to eradicate his racist opponents. Najm, better known as T-Pain, the artist who made auto-tune a staple in popular music over the years, was playing Call of Duty, when according to Entertainment Weekly, he heard other players spewing the N-word and making snide remarks about the Black Lives Movement. In typical revenge fashion toward these ignoramuses, the singer and rapper started annihilating his racist rivals until he eradicated all of them.

“I want all of them!” T-Pain shouts out during the TikTok video. “I want every single f—ing one of them! I want it all, I want it all, I want every part of it! I want the whole thing!”

@tpainShutting down some racists in Call of Duty♬ original sound – T-Pain

According to TMZ, Activision, the company behind the popular online game, Call of Duty, released a statement pertaining to the incident.