In order to fulfill a long-held ambition, Trippie Redd has worked with Beats by Dre to create a set of horn-adorned headphones, which he has shared with his followers.

The rapper uploaded a video to his Instagram Story on Thursday (January 26) showing himself using the new headphones and puffing on a joint. The headphones are crimson with a white “222” and cross on them. The two horns that protrude from the top of the headphones are the most striking feature.

Trippie captioned his image with, “One of my wishes came true @beatsbydre @apple #ALLTY5 #MM.”

Although it’s unknown if the headphones will be made accessible to the general public, a few of Trippie’s pals received a set and used them as props in their personal Instagram Stories, which the rapper posted. 1080 327839507 168205265958905 3758882125995832207 n

The collaboration follows Trippie Redd’s star-studded Mansion Musik album, which was released last week. The album, which also has contributions from Future, Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Kodak Black, Lil Durk, Juice WRLD, DaBaby, G Herbo, and many others, was also executive produced by Chief Keef.

Fans responded strongly to Lil Baby’s appearance on “Fully Loaded,” particularly viral streamer Kai Cenat. While listening to Trippie’s most recent album on his livestream, K.C. had a few things to say, and he didn’t think Baby’s effort met up to the standards he’s set during his distinguished career.

“What the fuck, man? What the fuck, bro? You do realize that there are priorities here? You are aware of my expectations, right? His hand was lifted over his head as he spoke. Did you just sigh into the microphone?

Kai Cenat wasn’t the only irate fan who berated Baby’s performance; several Akademiks fans swarmed his comment area in response to Cenat’s widely shared response.

One individual wrote: “Dead thought my phone was glitching,” while another disillusioned supporter added: “By far baby worst verse ever!” Others claimed that Trippie needed to request a refund for the verses or that he had, at the very least, received two for the price of one.

Speaking of refunds, Trippie’s supporters in Richmond, Virginia demanded one when he arrived late to a recent concert and only gave a brief performance. Fans vented their anger on social media after what they claimed to have been hours of waiting outside the venue and much longer inside before he finally arrived to perform just “3-4” songs.

One concertgoer tweeted, “Trippie Redd at the concert in Richmond was completely ass.” “The establishment lacked basic customer service skills. Trippie is 3 hours late, but she loves him to death. Unless the location lied and stated he would arrive at 10, Many individuals departed.

“Idk what happened at the Trippie Redd performance in Richmond, but sitting in the icy rain and waiting till three in the morning for him to come up was not the move,” added another.

While waiting for Trippie to take the stage, the audience heckled the promoters and yelled “refund” throughout the DJ’s warm-up performance. The rapper allegedly arrived at the venue at 3 a.m., even though the brochure claimed doors would open at 10 p.m., and other video clips from the performance demonstrate a lack of excitement within the venue.

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