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Earl Sweatshirt Hates Twitter, Thinks Gandhi Is Overrated

In an installment with Pitchfork‘s Over/Under interview series, Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt declares his contempt for uber-popular social media site, Twitter, and the feelings that site invokes inside of him.

“It’s a terrible place; Twitter’s an awful place.” he revealed to Pitchfork. “Sometimes Twitter makes me want to fuckin’ kill myself, I hate Twitter sometimes. ‘Cause you didn’t used to be able to see how retarded people you thought were cool are. I’m sure someone said that about me, too. Twitter’s an awful place.”

Earl Sweatshirt also spoke his feelings on a variety of topics such as celebrated peace activist Gandhi (“overrated”), HBO’s Game Of Thrones (“the acting like porn acting”), coffee chain Starbucks (“fine but overrated”) and his feelings on reaching 100 years in age (he’s not a fan).

Earl Sweatshirt’s debut album, Doris, is available in stores tomorrow. You can watch the entire interview above.

Previously:  Inside The Making Of Our Favorite Songs From Earl Sweatshirt’s ‘Doris’ &  Earl Doesn’t Disappoint On ‘Doris’

[Via Pitchfork]

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