Travis Scott doesn’t have a reputation for being a fighter, or even a hot-head, but he got into arguments with two of his fellow rappers, Meek Mill and Tory Lanez. In the situation with Mill, which happened in the Hamptons in July 2021, Scott argued with him at a fancy-schmancy party. The host was Michael Rubin, 76ers co-owner (per the New York Post).
Now, it’s unclear what the two rappers were beefing over, but whatever it was, Mill wanted to get to Scott badly. “Where’s he at?” Mill can, apparently, be heard yelling in a video uploaded to Instagram. Presumably, others at the shindig, including Jay-Z and Jon Bon Jovi, must have hated that the argument happened, because it shut the party down.
As far as the dispute with Tory Lanez, the public found out about it in March 2018 after a video leaked. The clip shows both men on the verge of exchanging blows on what looks to be a tour bus or trailer. The argument was, allegedly, about Lanez responding to an accusation that he hijacked Travis Scott’s flow while featured on Mill’s song, “Litty” (per Billboard). “I can’t sound like somebody I wrote for,” Lanez tweeted. Based on the video, it seems Scott approached Lanez over that tweet, and that’s when things went awry. “Everybody can get out of here and we can shoot the fade right [now],” Lanez told Scott. Thankfully, cooler heads won that day, and no punches were thrown.