Tyler The Creator went off on Australian protesters recently, while performing at a Sydney show.
According to HipHopDX.com, the Odd Future frontman exchanged words (via Twitter) with a member the grassroots organization, Collective Shout, prior to his show … and when, he finally got on-stage, he took some time out to address “her.”
“F***in bitch, I hope she hear me call her a bitch too. F***in whore. Aye this f***in song is dedicated to you, you f***in cunt,” said Tyler, before performing “Bitch Suck D***,” in which he references rap and killing.
Described as an organization “against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture,” Collective Shout hopes their protests lead to Tyler’s visa being revoked by Australia’s Minister for Immigration and Citizenship.
After calling this unnamed woman out, Tyler later went on to ask audience members if they were having a bad time at the concert, or if they would “kill and rape” afterward.
“Be honest, how many people are having a bad time and how many people are gonna go kill and rape people after they leave this show,” the rapper questioned.