T-Pain Watches Matt Heafy's Twitch, Goes Insane

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    POSTED 18 Nov 2020

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    Most of us here are probably already familiar with Trivium frontman Matt Heafy, and how good the dude is at guitar - but rapper T-Pain (yep, the autotune guy) had his first exposure to Matt Heafy's skills during the afterparty of the recent Twitch event GlitchCon, and it's safe to say that his mind was pretty blown!

    After Matt's performance of Trivium's 'What The Dead Men Say', the stream cut back to host T-Pain who basically lost his shit, saying:

    "Oh my God. Shout out to everybody else that got their fuckin' face melted a second ago! Good GOD! What? I didn't know we was allowin' that shit today, I thought we were just doin' bizzle bag (?) but alright, whatever you want. Good God, please show some emote love in the chat for Matt Heafy. God DAMN! Woo!

    I gotta look up in here (picks up Twitch manual) how to not get your face melted...God damn. Jesus! Look...holy shit. Do we move on after that? Are you sure it's not just done? Can we do better? You sure? Holy fuck, that was...Jesus."

    Way ahead of you, T-Pain! Watch the hilarious clip below:

    Matt Heafy has become a pretty huge streamer over on Twitch, regularly hanging out with fans while playing video games, guitar, Trivium tracks and more. T-Pain picked up streaming this year and has already amassed an impressive 450,000 followers too! You love to see it.

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Submitted by Site Factory admin on Tue, 11/17/2020 - 23:28

T-pain/matt heafy

Most of us here are probably already familiar with Trivium frontman Matt Heafy, and how good the dude is at guitar - but rapper T-Pain (yep, the autotune guy) had his first exposure to Matt Heafy's skills during the afterparty of the recent Twitch event GlitchCon, and it's safe to say that his mind was pretty blown!

After Matt's performance of Trivium's 'What The Dead Men Say', the stream cut back to host T-Pain who basically lost his shit, saying:

"Oh my God. Shout out to everybody else that got their fuckin' face melted a second ago! Good GOD! What? I didn't know we was allowin' that shit today, I thought we were just doin' bizzle bag (?) but alright, whatever you want. Good God, please show some emote love in the chat for Matt Heafy. God DAMN! Woo!

I gotta look up in here (picks up Twitch manual) how to not get your face melted...God damn. Jesus! Look...holy shit. Do we move on after that? Are you sure it's not just done? Can we do better? You sure? Holy fuck, that was...Jesus."

Way ahead of you, T-Pain! Watch the hilarious clip below:

Matt Heafy has become a pretty huge streamer over on Twitch, regularly hanging out with fans while playing video games, guitar, Trivium tracks and more. T-Pain picked up streaming this year and has already amassed an impressive 450,000 followers too! You love to see it.

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