Watch Tyler, The Creator addresses his ban from the UK in new track
He performed the track at his Golf fashion show in Los Angeles this weekend.
In September of last year, Tyler, The Creator was banned from the UK by the Home Office for 3-5 years for worry that his lyrics could promote homophobia and violence.
The Odd Future man briefly addressed his immigration issues (he’s also reportedly currently banned from Australia) in new track ‘Fuck It’, and has done so again in a new track supposedly called ‘Ego’.
The track was debuted at the rapper’s Golf fashion show in Los Angeles at the weekend. Here are some of the lyrics: “They said some old lines was offensive/I was young I can’t apologise for that shit. They took my fiction literature for literal/I ain’t no motherfuckin’ criminal.”
Watch Tyler play the new track below.
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