Why Travis Scott’s ‘Pussy Riot’ was a flop

The Washington D.C. rapper Travis Scott and the Russian punk group Pussy Riot were arrested and jailed in February 2012.

Both had been sentenced to eight years in prison for hooliganism.

Pussy rants about Vladimir Putin’s Russia, and Travis Scott was a punk, but the rapper has had a meteoric rise to stardom.

He has released a slew of singles, including a number one hit with his own brand of hard-edged punk rock, “Pussy.”

On Friday, Scott released a video for “Puppy Riot,” an anthem about the persecution of Muslims.

In the video, Scott sings along with the Russian pop star Selena Gomez and his wife, Selena, as they sing “God Save The Queen.”

Scott says that he “found myself crying because I felt like they were talking about God, about Jesus Christ.”

But the lyrics aren’t about the Russian president or Putin, they’re about his family.

“Puppet on a throne, the Queen, she’s a bitch,” Scott sings.

“But she’s so much better than you, she really is.”

The song also includes the lyrics: “Proud of what I do, she wears a mask/You can’t tell me, she is more powerful than me.”

“Punched her in the face, punched her in her mouth,” Scott says of Gomez.

“You know, I feel like, well, if she’s like me, then she’s the most powerful.”

The rapper has since released “Pugmire” and a single called “Punch.”

In the past year, Scott has become the subject of a global controversy over his controversial music.

In September, a Canadian court convicted Scott and two others of hate speech charges.

Scott was also ordered to pay $2.4 million in damages to the sisters.

The sisters, who are based in Ontario, Canada, sued Scott, who called them “freaks” and “freakettes.”

In October, a British court also convicted Scott of two counts of hate crime after he made anti-Muslim remarks.

A trial in the U.K. has been scheduled to begin next year.

The court case in Canada is currently being handled by British Columbia’s Supreme Court.

“The British Columbia Supreme Court is not interested in hearing this case,” Scott’s lawyer, John Jaffe, told The Associated Press in a statement.

“Their sole interest is in protecting the rights of Canadians to express themselves freely.”

In August, the pop star’s manager, Chris Thorne, released a statement denying any connection between Scott and Pussy.

Thorne wrote, “Travis Scott has never worked with Pussy, nor did he know the sisters until they made an accusation in a British tabloid.

He is a proud father of a son, and he has never and will never do anything to hurt or offend any person.”

The two-year-old Pussy Russia group has been active since at least 2011, when Scott made a short film called “The Pussy Rap,” in which he portrays a punk singer with “pussy tattoos.”

The group has released several videos that have garnered thousands of views on YouTube.

The video that featured Scott’s character, and the video of the two sisters’ singer, was uploaded to the group’s website in December.

The song was eventually included in a video by a rapper named Shabazz Palaces.

In it, he raps, “We are the pussies in the street, the pussy in the park, and you in the house.”

The Pussy Russian YouTube account has more than 10 million subscribers, but only a few hundred videos have been viewed.

The group’s online presence is not limited to the video.

Scott and his bandmates released a “Punk Anthem” song last year.

In that video, the group sang about “Putin and his puss,” and sang about the death of Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov.