Lupe Fiasco is gearing up to drop his highly anticipated album, Tetsuo & Youth, next week and after pretty much non-stop drama on Twitter lately, he has finally decided to "go back into the shadows." "These are my last few days addressing the public directly," he said.

Over a series of tweets, Fiasco shared lyrics to a collab with Big K.R.I.T., “Lost Generation,” some fans recited them, while others seemed to take them out of context and were offended over lines like, "Fuck Martin Luther King, nigga, fuck change." He exhaustively challenged a number of them on the lyrics and meaning of the song, the state of society, and finally ended with formally announcing that he would be quitting Twitter. Less than a week ago, he warned fans that Jan. 19 would be his last day on Twitter.

Earlier this year, hacker group Anonymous reportedly forced Fiasco and Atlantic Records, to rush a late January release for his final album on the label. He admitted that he's been on Twitter more than usual promoting the album, because Anon forced an early release date. 

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