Tyler the Creator

Tyler the Creator

Pro-rape rapper verbally abuses Collective Shout activist at Sydney show 2013

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A discussion about Freedom of Speech and Tyler the Creator

Music reviews and news site 'I probably hate your band' published an article exploring freedom of speech and Tyler the Creator. Collective Shout's Caitlin Roper was...

Tyler the Creator denied entry to UK

“Coming to the UK is a privilege, and we expect those who come here to respect our shared values." - UK Home Office As reported...

Why 'don't like it, don't listen' isn't enough: Caitlin Roper writes about Tyler the Creator for SMH

Caitlin Roper writes about the campaign against Tyler the Creator for the Sydney Morning Herald

Frontier Touring confirms Tyler the Creator's Australian tour cancelled

Frontier Touring has confirmed that Tyler the Creator will not be visiting Australia. The announcement was posted on Frontier Touring's Facebook page today:

Collective Shout responds to common arguments from Tyler the Creator fans

Over the course of our Tyler the Creator campaign, we've received hundreds of Facebook comments, emails and tweets from fans of Tyler the Creator. Many...

Coralie Alison discusses Tyler the Creator and online abuse on The Project

Coralie Alison appeared on Channel 10's The Project to discuss Collective Shout's campaign against US rapper Tyler the Creator

Watch: Complex News reports on Tyler the Creator campaign

Via Complex News - Watch the video below "Tyler, The Creator tweeted this afternoon that he's been banned from entering the country and thus canceled...

Solidarity with Coralie Alison as Tyler the Creator fans send death threats

US rapper Tyler the Creator has announced that he has been banned from Australia. This is yet to be confirmed by the Department of Immigration,...

Caitlin Roper on Triple J Hack discusses Tyler the Creator

Caitlin Roper was interviewed for Triple J's Hack program following Tyler the Creator's announcement that he had been 'banned' from Australia.


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  • commented 2017-08-10 03:50:29 +1000
    I’m a woman but I think you’re extremely foolish for getting Tyler the Creator banned from Australia. Anyone who is willing to get to know a person before condemning them, knows that Tyler does not represent what you’re trying to present him as. He’s close to his mother, he’s close his sister, he has no record of seriously assaulting any woman.
    YOU have destroyed any future business opportunities Tyler could have taken because he can’t associate in Australia and companies may want to avoid working with him because they can see that he was banned.
    YOU are the ones at fault for coming to his show, even though you hate him, to PROVOKE HIM into being abusive, just so you could film it.
    YOU disturbed the performance for the fans who paid to enjoy themselves.
    He does not hate women. HIS OLDER LYRICS ARE THE WORDS OF FICTIONAL CHARACTERS. THEY ARE NOT LITERAL, THEY ARE FICTITIOUS AND SATIRICAL. Eminem has said similar things and yet you have not gotten him banned. Of course you targeted the black man. Racists.
  • commented 2015-12-14 09:41:31 +1100
    absolutely ridiculous.
  • commented 2015-09-01 14:12:23 +1000
    Australia should support free speech, not this totalitarian, authoritarian cry baby shit.
  • commented 2015-07-28 13:16:30 +1000
    What did you expect would happen when you accused him of being a racist homophobic, stop crying about some mean words you moron.
  • commented 2015-07-28 11:25:55 +1000
    How do I delete my account? Ugh
  • commented 2015-07-28 11:12:42 +1000
    You suck

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