Tyler the Creator made headlines this week thanks to lyrics on his upcoming new album Scum Fuck Flower Boy that appear to reference his sexuality. The line was seized upon largely because Tyler has been accused of homophobia in past lyrics though he has supported the LGBT community, previously releasing a Pride series of his GOLF clothing line , but it is far from the first time the rapper has referenced coming out the closet. Tyler's discussion of sexuality is nothing new, then, the question if there is one is whether he's talking autobiographically here or just being provocative and operating within fictional parameters. The idea of being closeted is clearly something he is interested in though, with Tyler adding on another Scum Fuck Flower Boy track, 'The Garden Shed':.
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