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Tyler, The Creator Accuses Ex-Collaborators Of Selling His Unreleased Music

It seems that Tyler, The Creator‘s unreleased songs are being bought on-line with out his permission. The Odd Future frontman accused former collaborators Brandun Dushay and Tyler Main of stealing his music and promoting it on-line. The Grammy-award-winning rapper claimed that the 2 have used Discord to pawn off previous data from their time working collectively.

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“b deshay and tyler main promoting previous songs of mine is wild ha, all them discordd children are sus particularly 3D glass pacifist regardless of the hell he referred to as, copping stolen shit is like damnnnn u thirsty as hell okay,” Tyler tweeted earlier than telling those that are literally spending a few hundred {dollars} on tough demos to “get it collectively.”

“like bruh that shit is true private stolen stuff and niggas is like gb gb gb like rattling bro you that thirsty for two minute drafts / few hundred bucks get it collectively fellas. subliminal tried to get on a name like no bro, simply cease, its not cool dawggy,” he wrote in a subsequent tweet.

Dushay and Tyler Main’s historical past with Tyler, The Creator goes again to the times earlier than they blew up. Main labored alongside Hal Williams, one other former OF affiliate, as No one Actually Is aware of. Dushay beforehand appeared on “Session” off of Bastard alongside Hodgy Beats and Mike G earlier than he was in the end faraway from the observe.

Verify Tyler’s tweets under. 

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