Tyler, The Creator Has Had His UK Ban Lifted

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Tyler - known for his eccentric style and character work in videos - rocked a baby blue suit and bowl-cut blonde wig.

It is understood the ban was lifted from February 13 and he arrived at Luton Airport in the early hours of Saturday.

Tyler, The Creator is having to cancel his first appearance in London in four years after too many people planned on attending his surprise concert.

He has previously insisted he is not homophobic, saying: "Somebody called me a homophobe".

However, London's Metropolitan Police said the event had been cancelled by the venue due to overcrowding issues, adding that there were no crimes, reported injuries or arrests.

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The Home Office said it did "not routinely comment on individual cases".

Despite the slurs, there has since been speculation over the artist's sexuality since the release of his fourth studio album Flower Boy in 2017.

Jaden Smith also called Tyler, the Creator his "boyfriend" on stage at a festival in California past year.

Tyler warned his fans to not expect a rap album or anything of that nature, instead the Odd Future affiliate drops a complete new wave of sounds we've never heard.

The Playboi Carti-assisted track can be found on Tyler's new album IGOR, which also features Kanye West, Charlie Wilson, and CeeLo Green.

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