In an interview with GQ, Tyler, The Creator spoke about his confusing sexuality.
Tyler is usually cryptic with his message to the public but this time, he may have been direct, however, it still sets doubts in the minds of many.
Prior to his recent interview with GQ, he was heavily criticised for the homophobic statements he made in his 2011 studio album, Goblin. He got to finally defend himself on NME interview.
“I’m not homophobic. I just think faggot hits and hurts people. It hits.
And gay just means you’re stupid, I don’t know, we don’t think about it, we’re just kids. We don’t think about that shit. But I don’t hate gay people. I don’t want anyone to think I’m homophobic.”
After reassuring the public his stance on gay, in 2015, Tyler was banned by Theresa May from entering the UK due to him instigating and encouraging violence on homosexuality.
Again, he got people confused about who he truly is and what side he belongs to. In April 2015, Tyler tweeted about being gay himself but it got people thinking that he is but wasn’t very clear.
“I TRIED TO COME OUT THE DAMN CLOSET LIKE FOUR DAYS AGO, AND NO ONE CARED. HAHAHAHAHA.”
Recently, the 28-year-old artist at an interview with GQ as one of the named GQ Man of the Year. He said;
“I like girls but I end up f***ing their brother every time.”
His sexually might be confusing but his professionalism is not in any way confusing.
Tyler, The Creator is a genius and a creative mind.
He is an American rapper, songwriter with a mixtape, and five studio albums. He is also a record producer, music director, fashion designer and graphics designer.
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