Tommy Lee Accuses Travis Scott Of Stealing His Live Roller Coaster Stunts

November 29, 2018
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We've all heard the phrase "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." But when it is so on the nose and proper credit isn't given, then some people are bound to be a little miffed.

The latest example is when rapper Travis Scott allegedly ripped off two of Motley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee's signature roller coaster stunts, (the 360 and the Crüecify) and started implementing them into his live Astroworld shows.

Lee posted a side-by-side comparison of his 360 and Scott's to his Instagram with the caption, "Just found out this f**king idiot Travis Scott or someone on his team ripped off the 360 AND The Crüecifly! WTF!! Get an original idea bro...(swipe to see who did this s**t first)"

Just found out this fucking idiot @travisscott or someone on his team ripped off the 360 AND The Crüecifly! WTF!! Get an original idea bro...(swipe to see who did this shit first) BRB there’s more ...

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Lee then posted a side-by-side video of his signature Crüecify roller coaster next to Scott's with the caption, "ANNNNND not one rip off but TWO. DOPE. I get copying is a form of flattery, but this is just straight ripping off my s**t."

ANNNNND not one rip off but TWO. DOPE. I get copying is a form of flattery, but this is just straight ripping off my shit. What do you guys think??? #crüecifly

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Lee concluded his outrage with a tweet directed at Scott, saying "Hey Travis Scott lawyer up!"

Lee later discovered that the same stage production company that helped create the 360 and the Crüecify is also the same company currently doing the set design for Scott's tour. "And the plot thickens! After I and our production crew created the 360 and Crüecifly, We hired a company called SGPS in Las Vegas to create it. WELLLLL GUESS WHO’S DOING TRAVIS’S SET DESIGN???? Fucking SGPS! So all u mothaf**kas tellin me I’m not right can f**k off."

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Scott's attorney tells TMZ that Lee does not own the rights to the 360 or the roller coaster, because the original creator of both stunts has granted the rapper permission to use them as part of his Astroland concerts.

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