GLAAD issued the statement below in regards to the rapper’s 213 anti-gay slurs on his album, Goblin.

“Rather than providing simply a larger platform, MTV and other networks should educate viewers about why anti-gay and misogynistic language has no place in the music industry today,” said Herndon Graddick, Senior Director of Programs at GLAAD. “Given Tyler’s history of such remarks, viewers and potential sponsors should refrain from honoring homophobia and in the future look to a more deserving artist.”

A small but committed group of writers, bloggers and videographers that (mostly) exist and function all over the D.C. Metro area.