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Tyler the Creator made some surprising comments about fellow rapper Iggy Azalea on BET's 106 and Park yesterday.

When the topic of the "Fancy" songstress came up, Tyler certainly wasn't shy about telling the crowd that Iggy "stinks" and apparently lacks a "real booty:"

Iggy, of course, is enjoying success these days with her cameo on Ariana Grande's "Problem," and is experiencing worldwide fame for the first time as a result of the song. 

Tyler - who's been known to eat live cockroaches and pretend to commit suicide in his videos - has understandably not enjoyed the same kind of mainstream success, but he's part of the legitimate hip hop world that Australian-born Iggy is still trying to break into, so his comments likely cut to the bone.

Iggy responded to Tyler's comments in a tweet posted late last night:

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Rapper Tyler the Creator has been arrested for inciting a riot (seriously, that's a thing you can specifically be charged with criminally) at SXSW last week.

He got popped at the airport following a raucous incident at his show two nights earlier, then went on to play a sold-out show in Dallas later that day.

At SXSW, Tyler the Creator reportedly encouraged fans in line to forcibly enter the venue despite staff denying them entry because it was filled to capacity.

"All you outside the gates; y'all push through," the Odd Future member yelled to his fans, according to the arrest affidavit. "Y'all push through. Get in, come on!"

Okonma apologized after seeing the crowd push through staff at the door, the affidavit stated, and cursed at the employees upon leaving the stage.

The Austin (Tex.) Police Department took the 23-year-old artist, born Tyler Gregory Okonma, into custody Saturday and released him on a $25,000 bond.

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Last week, Tyler the Creator took the heat for Justin Bieber's alleged joy ride, Tweeting that he was driving the singer's Ferrari when neighbors complained it was speeding around town on Memorial Day.

Now, Tyler himself is under fire for comments made in Australia.

It all started with feminist protester Talitha Stone petitioning to have the artist's Visa revoked because there are rules in the nation against visitors who “vilify or incite discord” and “songs advocating rape and extreme violence against women."

In response, during yesterday's concert Down Under, Tyler told the crowd there was someone trying to give him the boot and said:

“I wish she could hear me call her a b—-, too, f—ing whore.”

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Tyler, The Creator has a message for all the Justin Bieber haters out there:

It was me.

With Bieber continuing to receive bad press for speeding around his neighborhood last weekend - Keyshawn Johnson says the singer is a coward - Tyler has come out and said HE was behind the wheel of Justin's Ferrari during the incident in question.

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"That Was Me Behind The Wheel Of Justins Vehicle," Tyler Tweeted yesterday. "Don't Blame Him. People Are Actually Evil Swearing Up And Down That It Was Who It Wasnt."

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A goat. African-American suspects. And a beaten white woman.

We wonder why the following ad did not sit well with many consumers.

In the wake of controversy over the latest Tyler the Creator-produced commercial for Mountain Dew, a rep for PepsiCo says his company has pulled the spot, saying in a statement:

"We apologize for this video and take full responsibility. We have removed it from all Mountain Dew channels and Tyler is removing it from his channels as well."

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"I wanna ***** thank everyone *****. I've been dreaming about this **** since I was 9! I just wanna ***! I can't *** & ****." - Tyler, The Creator.

Tyler The Creator was among the MTV VMA winners Sunday, but a slam of Bruno Mars and expletive-laden acceptance speech drew more buzz.

Fortunately, he won't be killing himself. We think.

During the pre-show, when Tyler realized he was at the bottom of MTV's Tweet Tracker and Bruno Mars was up top, he told MTV host Sway that Mars' music "sucked" and if he lost the Best New Artist award to Mars, "I might kill myself."

He did not. Tyler The Creator won for "Yonkers" (below). Did he deserve it?