TravelGuides – Tyler the Creator apologizes to Selena Gomez over Justin Bieber

TravelGuides – Tyler the Creator apologizes to Selena Gomez over Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez poses on crimson carpet. (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Tyler, the Creator simply publicly apologized to Selena Gomez — through tune.

The “EARFQUAKE” rapper, who launched his new album Call Me If You Get Lost on Friday, June 25, revealed his emotions about the 13 Reasons Why producer in his new tune “Manifesto.” 

Tyler raps on the monitor, “I was a teener, tweetin’ Selena crazy shit / Didn’t wanna offend her, apologize when I seen her / Back when I was tryna f*** Bieber, Just-in.” 

In 2010 and 2011, the artist tweeted and posted sexually explicit comments about Gomez on social media. Tyler was 19 at the time, whereas Gomez was 18. The “Rare” singer was in an on-once more, off-once more relationship with Justin Bieber, who Tyler was associates with.

In a 2013 interview with Power 106, Tyler, the Creator (born Tyler Gregory Okonma) hinted that their drama didn’t finish on social media and that their alleged beef had to do with Tyler’s friendship with Bieber. 

“I will f*** Selena Gomez like there’s no tomorrow,” he stated on the radio present. “We don’t really get along. She don’t like me. We don’t like each other. ‘Cause I’m kicking it with Justin, like that’s my homeboy. She always be mean muggin’ me. Like why are you hating on me?”

Tyler has been a controversial determine in music for years. The artist has been criticized for using gay slurs in addition to sharing what many consider to be misogynistic views in his work.

He spoke about the controversy to NME in 2011, telling the outlet, “I’m not homophobic. I simply suppose ‘f*****’ hits and hurts individuals. It hits. And ‘gay’ simply means you’re silly. I don’t know, we don’t give it some thought, we’re simply youngsters. We don’t take into consideration that shit. But I don’t hate homosexual individuals. I don’t need anybody to suppose I’m homophobic.”

Later, nonetheless, some speculated that Tyler was a member of the LGBTQ group himself. In 2015, he tweeted that he beforehand attempted to come out of the closet however that “nobody cared.” Fans also weren’t sure if they should take lyrics that hinted at his sexuality seriously, such as on his 2017 song “I Ain’t Got Time” in which he raps, “I’ve been kissing white boys since 2004.”

If there’s one thing that’s certain: Tyler’s words will always raise a few eyebrows, whether they’re in his music or not. 

So far, Gomez has not yet responded to Tyler’s apology. 

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TravelGuides – Tyler the Creator apologizes to Selena Gomez over Justin Bieber