Tyler, The Creator Calls Out Former Collaborators For Selling ‘Personal Stolen’ Music

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Artists are rightfully protective of their work, especially when it involves older or unfinished songs being leaked.

Tyler, The Creator voiced his frustrations with a pair of former collaborators Brandun Deshay and Tyler Major on Thursday (July 7) accusing them of selling some of his unreleased music.

“b deshay and tyler major selling old songs of mine is wild ha, all them discordd kids are sus especially 3D glass pacifist whatever the hell he called, copping stolen shit is like damnnnn u thirsty as hell ok,” he wrote. 

“like bruh that shit is true personal stolen stuff and niggas is like gb gb gb like damn bro you that thirsty for 2 minute drafts / few hundred bucks get it together fellas. subliminal tried to get on a call like no bro, just stop, its not cool dawggy.”

For those unfamiliar, both Brandun Deshay and Tyler Major go back with Tyler to his Odd Future days.

Deshay collaborated with Tyler on Bastard‘s “Session” before the Golf Wang designer removed his verse from the track. The two went their separate ways once “Yonkers” and the Odd Future movement began to take off.

“I Swear, When I See Brandun Deshay, IM GOING TO KILL HIM. Show This To The Police For Proof Too,” he wrote on Twitter in 2010.

As for Tyler Major, the keyboardist is one half of the duo named Nobody Really Knows alongside former Odd Future affiliate Hal Williams (aka Pyramid Vritra).

It’s unclear which recordings were exactly sold and if Tyler, The Creator will take legal action against his former affiliates in the future.