But that was the last motherfuckin' time that those little OFWGKTA creeps would tell the 305 to go fuck itself.
Or not ... Last night, Tyler took to his official Twitter feed (@fucktyler) to non-chalantly drop the news of Odd Future's latest North American trek while also telling everyone to hump his big, fat middle finger.
Now it's only been three months since Miami was first forced to endure the toxic onslaught of this Los Angeles swag rap collective.
On Halloween night, Tyler, Syd the Kyd, Hodgy Beats and Left Brain, Mike G, Jasper, Taco, and Domo swarmed the Fillmore like a mob of ritalin junkies with microphones.
The Creator was dressed like a skinhead, superspecial guest Lil Wayne showed up in a werewolf mask, and some Mexican chick deep-throated a 13-inch balloon while toddlers stormed the stage and suburban kids surfed a sea of swag.
Sure, it was straight stupid. But if that still sounds like a not-so-shitty time, the Odd Future crew's gonna be returning to the Fillmore Miami Beach on March 17, AKA St. Patrick's Day. Maybe they'll don leprechaun costumes while eating rainbows, humping pots of gold, and threatening to fuck y'all with four leaf clovers.
Whatever ... Score those OFWGKTA stubs. Or as Tyler the Creator advises: "Hey, A Cute OF tour ... Get Your Tickets, Before Scalpers Get Them And You Complain About The Resale Price And Shit. K, Bye. P.S, Love."
Odd Future. Saturday, March 17. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 9 p.m. and tickets cost $30 plus fees via livenation.com. All ages. Call 305-673-7300 or visit fillmoremb.com.
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