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Tyler, the Creator Reminds George Floyd Protests Are Bigger Than Damage to His Los Angeles Store

AceShowbiz Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Golf Wang, the 'Earfquake' rapper's avant-garde flagship store located in the Fairfax District, was one of many shops vandalized when people continued to protest the death of George Floyd.
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