Tyler The Creator
There’s even a song called ‘Lilo Fucks Stitch’.
Reflecting on some of the key moments in his life
“I’m a ballerina!”
“Tell Theresa May to let me in”
Ferg says the “legendary” onstage collab was completely unplanned.
Dressed to impress in all yellow as he dances around his living room, the Odd Future head honcho is really feeling his won remix, if not so much Malik himself.
“Look at that motherfuckin’ waffle”
Stop, dance, survive
Odd Future’s Taco filmed the whole thing.
“We Fucked Up”.
They’re pretty much besties now
“They won’t allow Tyler to come to Australia no more because they say his rap lyrics are too explicit. That some bullshit.”
But it doesn’t mean you can’t still listen to Goldfinger.
Since calling out Australia’s visa laws on his new song Fuck It, rapper Tyler, The Creator has been accused of having “a tantrum to music” by Collective Shout, the activist group which successfully campaigned to have the rapper banned from touring Australia for “misogynistic hate speech against women, as well as homophobia”. As AAP reports,
It’s been two months since Tyler, The Creator‘s tour was cancelled after a petition for his Australian visa to be denied over homophobic and misogynistic lyrics gathered close to 2000 names, but it seems he’s still not done speaking on the issue. In new song Fuck It, he’s explicitly made reference to Australian visa and
Tyler, The Creator has sparked a blaze of controversy, after following up the forced cancellation of his Australian tour by getting banned from the UK. Still the ban not due to anything bad he’s done recently. The Odd Future frontman was barred from entering the Queen’s realm for 3-5 years based on offensive lyrics he
As we reported yesterday, Tyler The Creator has been banned from the UK for 3 – 5 years. UK officials have cited lyrics from his first two releases Bastard and Goblin as justification for excluding him as his “presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good”. According to a spokesperson for the