Tyler, the Creator is at it again!
The rapper certainly isn't a stranger to controversy or being totes offensive, and now he's set off some serious dramz in Australia.
It started when the group Collective Shout and female protestor Talitha Stone petitioned to have his Australian visa revoked because his performance would go against Australia's rules against visitors who "vilify or incite discord" and "songs advocating rape and extreme violence against women." A number of rappers, including 2 Chainz, haven't been able to obtain visas to perform in the country in the past.
And if you've heard Tyler's songs, you know why the group was protesting!
However, he ended up performing in Australia, and it got disgustingly nasty!