Last night (May 27), Tyler, The Creator took to Twitter to reminisce over the early days of Odd Future, the collective he helped form that burst onto the rap scene in 2010. The message in particular that took the Internet by storm was one that read, "although its [sic] no more, those 7 letters are forever," where the "letters" are OFWGKTA, or Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. That sentiment was preceded by a series of fond memories:



He also posted about the first time he met The Neptunes, producers who had a palpable effect on his development:

The notion that Odd Future is over, or at least not what it used to be, is not a new one--Tyler has previously said that Earlwolf, his long-anticipated album with Earl Sweatshirt, is unlikely to be finished or released. And while the pair released solo albums this March (Cherry Bomb for Tyler, I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside for Earl), there were no collaborations or joint promotional appearances (although Tyler was a surprise guest at Earl's album release show in Los Angeles). All that said, this morning, Tyler clarified that his tweets were simply him reminiscing and don't hit at a formal dissolution of any sort:

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