See Travis Scott's Mom Hilariously Lecture Him Over His Typos on Twitter

HOUSTON, TX - FEBRUARY 05:  Rapper Travis Scott performs onstage at the Maxim Super Bowl Party on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Maxim)

See Travis Scott's Mom Hilariously Lecture Him Over His Typos on Twitter

She says she raised him to know better.

Published March 19, 2017

Travis Scott may have surprised his family with the life-changing gift of a brand new home for Christmas, but that doesn't mean his mom has turned a blind eye to what her son is up to, especially on social media.

When combing through his Twitter page, typos and unique spelling choices are a common occurrence for the rapper, and his mother has made it known that she's not necessarily always pleased with some of his imperfect posts on social media.

recent post in particular caught his mother's eye, with Scott himself sharing her reaction publicly.

"I was once asked my fav place in America to find peace," the rapper originally tweeted. "Portland is the answer. Took a trip and found happynes."

From there, he then quickly addressed his typo and corrected it, but not in the way his mother would have preferred, posting a singular tweet with the hashtag "#happyness."

Following Scott's tweets going live, his mother got wind of his typo (and his intentional misspelling), and decided to remind her son that he knows better.

"Baby jack it's spelt happiness," his mom texted him. "U know we raised you better than that !!"

The rapper definitely found his mom's concern to be hilarious, posting a screenshot of the exchange on Twitter.

He then defended himself, saying, "Y'all know the English vocabulary does not exist here !!"

Just in case fans (and his mother) didn't get the memo that Scott isn't fully concerned with his spelling on social media, he then added a promotional photo of Will Smith's 2006 film, The Pursuit of Happyness, to further make his point.

Too funny. We definitely can all relate to this "parents just don't understand" moment.

Take a look at the lighthearted lecture Travis Scott's mom recently gave him in the posts below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Maxim)


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