The wonderful city of Toronto has really made a name for itself over the past few years, from the Raptors taking home the NBA Championship to Drake making sure his fans all across the globe know how awesome his hometown is. This 6ix welcomes tons of celebrity performers and most recently, T-Pain's Toronto Rebel performance has the rapper dreaming of moving to the city.
Rebel was absolutely packed on the night of T-Pain's show, and from the looks of things, the "Buy You A Drank" singer was loving the crowd's energy while he performed.
Most rappers love to tweet out a message to fans after a show to let them know how much they appreciated the audience, and T-Pain is no exception.
"Well I’m officially in the best club I’ve ever been in @rebel_toronto got the top spot for me. Tell @Drake I need to use his employee discount so I can get me a condo in Toronto and I’ll be in this b*tch every night," he tweeted late Saturday night.
Well I’m officially in the best club I’ve ever been in @rebel_toronto got the top spot for me. Tell @Drake I need t… https://t.co/0eSIDQHFhX— T-Pain (@T-Pain)1576389900.0
Fans of the rap superstar are elated over the news that T-Pain loves the 6ix, and are practically begging him to get himself a condo in Toronto ASAP.
@TPAIN @rebel_toronto @Drake Ayo T-Pain on behalf of all of Canada, take up residence here and we will all buy you a drank.— Yoni (@Yoni)1576389975.0
@TPAIN @rebel_toronto @Drake You gotta change your name to Toronto Pain lol— el Piña (@el Piña)1576392470.0
"You gotta change your name to Toronto Pain lol," one fan joked.
"Ayo T-Pain on behalf of all of Canada, take up residence here and we will all buy you a drank," another person cleverly tweeted.
The Florida born rapper is no stranger to Canada — he played a show at the Calgary Stampede's Coca-Cola Stage earlier this summer, and fans loved it.
If you're hoping to catch a show at Rebel sometime soon, A$AP Ferg is performing tonight, and Loud Luxury will be playing on December 20. You can check out tickets for the events on the club's website.