Rapper Travis Scott isn’t concerned in regards to the specter of approved movement from rocker Tommy Lee over their shared onstage rollercoaster design. The 56-year-old drummer lashed out at Travis on social media early on Thursday after discovering the Goosebumps hitmaker performs on a selected spherical journey as part of his new Astroworld – Need You Have been Proper right here Tour. Claiming the set-up is the same to the Cruecifly drum package deal loop he used at Motley Crue displays between 2011 and 2015, Tommy raged on Instagram: “Merely found this f**king idiot @travisscott or someone on his workforce ripped off the 360 and the Cruecifly! WTF (what the f**okay)!! Get an genuine idea bro…” Lee moreover shared video footage of himself in movement on the rollercoaster, and added on Twitter, “I get copying is a kind of flattery, nevertheless that’s merely straight ripping off my s**t… Hey @trvisXX lawyer up!” It seems Travis has achieved merely that, and his authorized skilled, Laurie L. Soriano, is adamant Tommy has no case, on account of the rapper recruited the official designer to create his Astroworld set-up. “Tommy didn’t invent the concept of a roller coaster on stage and there’s no approved basis for his accusatory outburst,” Soriano tells TMZ. “The exact creator and proprietor of the system has granted Travis all rights to utilize that gear to boost his genuine stage design.” Lee has however to answer to the remarks.