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The Odd Future rapper says he was held in a detention room and was shown the controversial lyrics before being told he couldn't enter the country for supporting 'homophobia and acts of terrorism.'
Breezy, fellow RCA Records artist, and Tyler, who once bashed One Direction on a song, express desire to work with Malik.
The rapper's concerts may end up being canceled after he's banned from the country, apparently because of his problems with the group which considers his lyrics glorify violence against women.
The rapper dissed and swore at people who were standing in VIP section near the stage where the reality TV star was standing with her friends, calling them 'boring.'
The follow-up to the Odd Future leader's 2013 effort 'Wolf' is coming out on Monday, April 13 and is preceded by two new songs 'Deathcamp' and 'F**king Young'.
The Odd Future rapper is not a fan of Shady Records' latest release which boasts 12 new materials produced by the Slim Shady.
Chad Hugo and Shay Haley join Skateboard P for the live performance of 'Rock Star' from their 2001 album 'In Search of...' at the annual carnival put together by Tyler and other Odd Future members.
After complaining about Apple's invasive marketing strategy and comparing it to herpes, the Odd Future leader says he finds the marketing move interesting.
The Odd Future rapper played a sold-out show in Dallas after posting a $25,000 bond following his arrest in Texas for inciting a riot at SXSW.
The rapper was arrested for inciting a riot during his concert at the annual music festival.
The leader of hip-hop group Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All accuses the new award show of focusing too much on 'teeny bopper pop s**t.'
The leader of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All wants to invest his money in several ventures, so he can stop making music 'three years from now.'
The Odd Future rapper is under fire for verbally assaulting his female critic right onstage during his Sydney show.
Tyler takes the blame for the alleged reckless driving case which involves the 'Beauty and a Beat' singer, saying, 'People are actually evil swearing up and down that it was who it wasn't.'
Urging human citizens to buy guns and wooden bullets to protect themselves, the Louisiana Governor says, 'We have to take our streets back.'