Tyler, The Creator has tweeted out to ask people to stop throwing things at him on stage while he is performing.
The Odd Future rapper is now on the US leg of his 'Call Me If You Get Lost Tour,' and it appears that he's had enough of his fans throwing things at him.
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Tyler took to Twitter earlier this week (March 29), and said: "stop throwing your shit on stage, i dont want it, now mid show i gotta move it, whats the logic fucking stop thanks b"
Tyler also shared a video of himself presenting the same message to a live crowd during a recent show. “I don’t understand the logic of throwing your shit up here,” Tyler says in the clip.
“Not only for safety reasons, but bro, I don’t want your shit. I don’t want it. Like, not even being funny. Every show someone throws something up here, and I don’t understand the logic. Why do you think I want your shit?
“Then if I slip and break my foot…stop throwing that fucking shit up here bro. Now you look stupid. Now everyone around you is looking at you like [you’re] a real fucking idiot. Stop. Fuck. Fucking, dick-fuck.”
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Similarly, another fan shared a video of his Atlanta show where a fan threw a hat on stage and Tyler can be seen saying "I don't want your fucking hat."
Tyler's 34-city tour, in celebration of his 2021 album 'Call Me If You Get Lost', began on Feb 8 in Phoenix and will stop in cities including Chicago, Toronto, and Los Angeles before wrapping on April 8 in Seattle.
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Tyler, The Creator released a new song called 'Come On, Let's Go' last week, which was produced by Pharrell Williams.
The song can be heard on DJ and A Bathing Ape creator Nigo's compilation album, 'I Know Nigo,' which was released last Friday (March 25).
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter