Travis Scott’s “Antidote” nearly got former NBA player Robert Horry in some trouble with his wife after La Flame name-dropped the seven-time champion on the 2015 Rodeo hit.
Horry has been named on songs by the likes of Future, Fabolous, Young Thug, Kevin Gates and many more, but the Travis Scott ad-lib stuck out in particular because it followed the Houston rager as he had sex with three women in the same week.
“I just hit a three-peat (Ooh)/ Fucked three hoes I met this week (Robert Horry),” Scott raps.
Big Shot Bob joined Stephen Jackson and Matt Barnes’All the Smoke podcast last week and explained why he can’t be playing too much “Antidote” around his wife these days.
“My current wife hates this song, [but] I love this song. ‘Don’t you open up that window.’ Yeah, Travis Scott. The three-peat. And my wife, every time she hears it she says: ‘Is there something you need to tell me?’ I’m like, ‘Nah, I didn’t get in trouble.'”
“I met Travis Scott once. He’s a huge Rockets fan — still is to this day. I met him and almost wanted to say, ‘Why you put me in that song? And what you mean by three-peat three hoes the other week?'”
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Fortunately for Horry, who played four seasons to start his career for Scott’s hometown Houston Rockets, Trav’s name-drop hasn’t fractured his relationship as he’s still happily married to Candice Madrid after tying the knot in 2019.
As for the Cactus Jack boss, Travis is gearing up to finally deliver his long-awaited Utopia album, which is rumored to arrive later in June.
Scott has been in rollout mode for about a month as he’s brought the secretive Utopia briefcase with him to Cannes and it has been spotted in the hands of The Weeknd and Mike Dean.
The 31-year-old rapper also played the album for the Houston Astros prior to a game last month. Although, players were tight-lipped when it came to the LP as no details have emerged.
NBA superstar Kevin Durant also added to the Utopia hype in March when he said he spoke to Trav who referred to the album as “fucking insane.”