While Tyler The Creator ‘s was featured on the main episode of “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour, he talked about an issue that has been bugging him across the country.
The famous rapper, who took to Twitter, urged fans to stop throwing their stuff on stage. This distracts everyone in the scene and carries a risk of injury. Therefore, anyone who tries to give a good performance on stage does not want to experience such a thing.
“Stop throwing your shit on stage, i dont want it, now mid show i gotta move it, whats the logic fucking stop thanks b,” he wrote.
stop throwing your shit on stage, i dont want it, now mid show i gotta move it, whats the logic fucking stop thanks b
— T (@tylerthecreator) March 29, 2022
“I don’t understand the logic of throwing your shit up here,” Tyler said. “Not only for safety reasons, but bro I don’t want it. I’m not even being funny, every show someone throws something up here and I don’t understand the logic. Then if I slip and break my foot, stop throwing your fucking shit up here, bro!”
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Baby Keem also autographed Tyler’s original tweet.
“Please stop dawg. Please,” he added.
Tyler, The Creator will be at the Staples Center on Thursday, March 31.
Tyler The Creator Won Gold Twice In The Same Day
Grammy Award-winning rapper Tyler The Creator won gold twice in the same day.
On Tuesday, February 22, the Los Angeles native rapper earned a double gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for his 2021 CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST album. His debut single “WUSYANAME” featuring NBA YoungBoy and Ty. had a success.
Tyler The Creator received the award for Best Hip Hop Song at the HipHopDX Awards. Because of “WUSYANAME” last year.
Tyler The Creator listeners are in luck. Because in 2022, they will see them perform their hit songs live at festivals such as the 10th anniversary BÜKU Art Project festival in New Orleans in March and Wireless Fest in the UK in July.