ifwt_Tyler The Creator x Hodgy Beats

Back in May, a series of tweets from Tyler, The Creator seemed to insinuate that the group he’d founded and brought with him to stardom, Odd Future, was no more. Earl Sweatshirt, one of the more notable members of the collective, reacted on the social network a few days later, and seemed to confirm Tyler’s claims.

As Tyler’s 4th annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival went down in Los Angeles this past weekend, Earl was noticeably absent, but Hodgy Beats was there, and he reportedly opened up his set with some words about his former group. He then took things to Twitter after fans hit him up about what he’d said.

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When asked how he felt about airing out their business, Hodgy replied:

“I feel good bc I stood up for the ones who are too afraid to say it but they feel that way. Position of power.”

He also questioned where Tyler would be without Odd Future, and noted that despite the fact that Tyler helped put them on, he was also the first one to put them down. He later took to the comments section on Instagram to elaborate further.

“Call me jealous. Just don’t call my phone. Tyler is a fraud. He turned his back on n*ggas that never crossed him and I’m not just speaking for myself only… Where Earl go? I know he had no part in the carnival.”

Tyler hasn’t replied on social media, but he did reply to Hodgy’s initial comments at the show. Around the 39:25 mark of the video below, he addresses it briefly.

Source: Pigeons & Planes