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Tyler, The Creator’s Frustration Led Him To Ask Fans To Refrain From Throwing Objects On Stage During His Performance



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Tyler, The Creator/ Image Source: Christopher Polk/Getty Images/Naras

The national arena tour of Tyler, The Creator’s Call Me If You Get Lost, is nearing its conclusion, but there is still one issue that concerns him. On Tuesday (Mar. 29), Tyler posted a message to Twitter asking fans to stop throwing objects on stage. It is not only distracting, but it also poses a risk of injury.

“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.

There’s Been An Interruption During Tyler, The Creator’s Show Before

In addition, the “WUSYANAME” rapper posted a video clip from a previous show during the tour in which this same incident occurred. As a result, the show was paused to inform fans of their disruptive behavior.

“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!”

Baby Keem, who’s on the second leg of his Melodic Blue Tour, must have the same issues. He co-signed Tyler, The Creator’s original tweet,

“Please stop dawg. Please,” Keem added.

Overall, Tyler, The Creator’s tour continues its journey across the country on Tuesday night (Mar. 29) in Denver. Furthermore, he will be returning home to California to perform at the Staples Center on Thursday (Mar. 31).

Written by Nikiya Biggs

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