Tyler, The Creator is no stranger to a ban and on Thursday morning he claimed that he was on a "no fly terrorist" list for American Airlines.
HA IM ON @AmericanAir NO FLY TERRORIST LIST 🤤 WHAT THE HELL DID I DO— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) September 26, 2019
The tweet carried no additional information and comes amid a period when Tyler's bans from performing in both the U.K. and New Zealand have recently been overturned.
However, when reached for comment by The FADER, American Airlines denied Tyler's claim. "American does not have a terrorism watch list. That list is controlled by the FBI," a spokesperson said. "But since Tyler, The Creator, is flying with us today and is currently on one of our flights, the tweet is not accurate."
Tyler recently performed in London for the first time since being banned by the British home office in 2015. Earlier this month a University of South Alabama student was charged with making terroristic threats after writing Tyler lyrics on a library flip chart.