Tyler, The Creator arrested after gig in LA
The 'Yonkers' rapper played a show at Winchester High School on Tuesday to promote the release of his new album Goblin.
Upon finishing the show, he was arrested and charged with disturbing the peace, according to Rap Radar.
The hip-hop artist was later released, but details surrounding his arrest have yet to be revealed.
Tyler later took to Twitter to vent his anger over the arrest, posting: "F**k cops. F**k police. F**k you all I hope you all die. I will never respect you. Pigs. F**k those cops. Had us in cuffs for no reason, didn't do s**t. Disturbing the peace, loitering and skating past a cop. What the f**k?"
Tyler recently signed a new record deal with Sony RED Distribution as part of 11-piece hip-hop collective Odd Future.
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Watch Tyler, The Creator's video for 'Yonkers' below: