Tyler let's the elderly grind on his creator
Louis Kerry

11:46 19th July 2014

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Rapper Tyler, The Creator and singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco star in a bizarre skit, where they express their love for the elderly, both in song and physically. 

As part of the Adult Swim skit based Odd Future series titled Loiter Squad, Tyler and DeMarco are seen grinding with an elderly woman. The NSFW skit titled 'Granny, Tyler, More' has countless offensive lyrics, uncomfortable shots of bare chests and close ups of Tyler's groin area. Regardless, Tyler gets away with all of it due to his hilarious facial expressions (get this man in Adam Sandler film now).

Mac DeMarco's new album Salad Days is out now.

Watch Tyler, The Creator and Mac DeMarco get jiggy with a granny here

Below: Tyler, the Creator can be a bit of a jerk. Here are his 5 worst moments

  • March 2014: Tyler almost incites a riot during his headlining slot at Converse/Thrasher's Death Match show at SXSW by encouraging crowds who couldn't get into the venue to break down the barriers. One reporter describes the resulting barrage of people as like being "hit by a wave". Riotous crowds at a Tyler, the Creator show is standard fare, but to encourage such dangerous behaviour hours after 2 people were killed by a drunk driver outside his previous show seems a little careless. And stupid.

  • June 2013: After Tabitha Stone of feminist group Collective Shout lobbied for Tyler's Australian shows to be cancelled and his visa be revoked (possibly a bit strong) in protest of his "misogynistic" lyricism, Tyler launched into a verbal attack on Stone during the show in Sydney, calling her a "fucking whore" and a "c**t". The crowd joined in with the taunts - unaware, thankfully, Stone was actually in the crowd. "I was petrified. I was standing among the crowd of people who were chanting along with threats towards me," she said.

  • May 2013: An ill-advised Mountain Dew ad Tyler directed was accused of being "racist" and making light of violence against women. The ad, which featured a goat called er, Felicia The Goat, featured a scene in which an injured white woman studied a police line up of African American men - a scene which many also pointed out perpetuated negative, racial stereotypes. PepsiCo pulled the ad, with Tyler later stating it was never meant to be taken seriously, and wasn't meant to "spark a controversy about race".

  • May 2011: Sara Quinn of pop duo Tegan & Sara writes a blog taking aim at Tyler's "homophobic slurs". "As journalists and colleagues defend, excuse and congratulate 'Tyler, The Creator', I find it impossible not to comment," Quinn, who is openly gay, wrote. "In any other industry would I be expected to tolerate, overlook and find deeper meaning in this kid's sickening rhetoric? Why should I care about this music or its 'brilliance' when the message is so repulsive and irresponsible?". Tyler's response? "If Tegan And Sara Need Some Hard Dick, Hit Me Up". Oh come on, you can do better than that.

  • April 2011: Tyler tweets an "RIP" message to the Columbine shooters, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. "Overall, RIP Dylan and Eric," he tweets. "Those n*ggas were prolly cool as fuck, no one took the time to see." Obviously, a lot of people were fairly offended. Two years later, Tyler wrote 'Pigs', inspired by the Columbine shooters.

  • May 2014: Tyler and his Odd Future cohorts are invited into Buzzfeed HQ, and his hyperactive exploits didn't impress the Buzzfeed staff. "Tyler the Creator just walked into the office, started screaming, and then shot someone with a Nerf gun," tweeted writer Spencer Althouse. "In case you were wondering, being called a nigger by Tyler, The Creator feels pretty much the same as a white dude saying it," quipped Ashley Ford. Tyler later hit back at the website's writers, calling them "boring".

  • May 2014: Appearing on BET show 106 & Park dressed as some kind of hypebeast, Big Sean-type in leather joggings and mesh vest, Tyler says Australian rapper Iggy Azalea "stinks" and suggests her bottom is fake. Iggy's quick to respond classily, calling Tyler "immature". Tyler then jokes the character on 106 & Park wasn't him, before insisting he didn't think everyone would take it so seriously. We kind of see what he was trying to do, but ultimately it wasn't funny enough to be successful. Instead, it's just pissed someone off.

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