Odd Future's front man announced the demise of the collective on Twitter last week through a series of tweets. Tyler, The Creator took to the platform to announce that "although it's no more, those 7 letters are forever," and has since returned to the internet to elaborate on his claims. Responding to a fan on social media network Spring, Tyler said:

I feel it dude, but, people are fans and it was something they cared deeply about. i dont understand why people are acing 'above' people who have any feelings towards something they had a connection with coming to an end. thats what life is, having a connection to something thats hard to explain because it makes you feel, and when thats gone, as a human, people will let it be know. same could go for breaking up with someone, or your favorite food being discontinued, its all relative. i legit did not think that tweet would spiral out of control, but for some reason im happy it did. its been obvious that 'those 7 letters' havent been a thing for years. looking at some old photos had me reminicing about old times. people grow, some grow left some grow right. thats how it is, esp. in your 20s. its normal tho, as you get older you start having a different mindstate and/or start really growing into the one you always had. seeing things differently. for some people.....im rambling now, but yeah, i wish everyone good luck and i hope they grasp the opportunities they have in front of them and continue success flight. anti golf boys cause i dont fuck with me either hahaha, it was a underlying reason why i made that =)

GOLF BOYS! IM SO HAPPY TO BE HOME RIGHT NOW

YO LISTEN TO "Paris Toyko" REMIX BY LUPE P QTIP SARAHGREEN. THE LYRICS MAN, YOUNG GHETTO MIND GO FLY UHHHHHGGGGG

The separation of the crew came as a surprise to many, but it makes sense as Tyler focuses on his solo career following the release of his third studio album, Cherry Bomb.

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