Tyler, the Creator Performs Queer-Specific 'Sometimes' Version Live: Watch

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Tyler The Creator performs during the 52nd Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland on July 11, 2018. 

Odd Future ringleader Tyler, the Creator reworked the lyrics of “Sometimes” in a live set, swapping the gender-neutral “you” for masculine pronouns.

At a headlining performance at Hellow Festival in Monterey, Mexico, this past Saturday, Tyler treated the audience to an alternate, queer-specific version of the Flower Boy highlight. “Curls on his head look like waves/ I wanna surf in ‘em,” he rapped, making explicit that the subject in the song was, indeed, another man.

Despite blowback surrounding his use of homophobic slurs early in his career, the “Who Dat Boy” rapper has alluded to his sexuality repeatedly in his music. He’s rapped about “kissing white boys since 2004” on the Flower Boy track "I Ain’t Got Time!” and, more recently, shouted out Call Me By Your Name star Timothée Chalamet on the one-off “OKRA.”

One Reddit user took to the platform to share the clip. Watch it below:

Tyler replacing ‘you’ with ‘he’ pronouns whilst singing the alternate version of Sometimes at Hellow Festival the other day!! amazing from r/tylerthecreator