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Tyler, the Creator took to Twitter on Wednesday to warn against scammers posing as him in fake emails.

“I DONT EMAIL. CLANCY WILL NOT SEND AN EMAIL LOOKING FOR FILES,” Tyler tweeted, referring to his management. “IF YOU RECEIVED AN EMAIL LIKE THAT, ITS FAKE. I DONT DROPBOX EITHER.”

With Dropbox doubling as a medium through which leakers distribute bootlegged material via email, it’s wise of Tyler to acknowledge potential scammers before they’re able to create a false narrative and circulate unofficial leaks. 

Of course, the 30-year-old artist has more important things to worry about. Three months removed from the release of his latest album Call Me If You Get Lost, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in July, Tyler is gearing up for his forthcoming North American tour

The 34-date trek kicks off Feb. 10, 2022 in San Diego, and runs through April 8 with a final show in Seattle. From there, he will take his tour overseas to Australia and New Zealand, where he will perform six arena shows beginning July 22.

Tickets are available for purchase here. For a little entertainment while you wait, Tyler was also hilariously spotted making certain hand gestures while driving this week: