While Tyler, The Creator’s in the home stretch of his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour, there’s still something bothering him about the nationwide arena trek.
Tyler took to Twitter on Tuesday (March 29) and called on fans to stop throwing their stuff on stage, as it not only causes a distraction, but could pose a potential injury risk.
“Stop throwing your shit on stage, i dont want it, now mid show i gotta move it, whats the logic fucking stop thanks b,” he wrote.
stop throwing your shit on stage, i dont want it, now mid show i gotta move it, whats the logic fucking stop thanks b
— T (@tylerthecreator) March 29, 2022
The “WUSYANAME” rapper then reposted a clip where this exactly took place at an earlier show on the tour and he paused the concert.
“I don’t understand the logic of throwing your shit up here,” Tyler said. “Not only for safety reasons, but bro I don’t want it. I’m not even being funny, every show someone throws something up here and I don’t understand the logic. Then if I slip and break my foot, stop throwing your fucking shit up here, bro!”
Get em T @tylerthecreatorhttps://t.co/iRAjQg2bVHpic.twitter.com/mAZTPAarJn
— Red (@bra6dan) March 29, 2022
Baby Keem, who is in the midst of the second leg of his The Melodic Blue Tour, must be going through similar issues, as he co-signed Tyler’s original tweet.
“Please stop dawg. Please,” he added.
Please stop dawg.
— baby keem (@babykeem) March 29, 2022
Tyler, The Creator’s tour continues its way across the country with a show set for Tuesday night (March 29) in Denver. He’ll then head back home to California for a date with the Staples Center on Thursday (March 31).