Flying Lotus The Gaslamp Killer Controversy: "I Come From A Humble Place"

HipHop News Posted on October 16, 2017 at 11:12am

Flying Lotus The Gaslamp Killer Controversy: "I Come From A Humble Place"

#DXCLUSIVE: The Low End Theory associate says that there's more to it.

Brainfeeder artist The Gaslamp Killer (GLK), a co-founder of Los Angeles' Low End Theory, was recently accused of raping two women in 2013. In the light of the accusations, the Low End Theory cut ties with GLK. Despite the fact that one of the underground club fellow co-founders, Flying Lotus, and seemed to be in solidarity with the fallen musician, who sparked a storm of criticism.

During his set at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Saturday night (October 14), FlyLo ended his set with a GLK song after saying, "the internet is a damn liar. There is no one, judge and jury, but the fuckin' law, do you agree? ... Thank you both for coming, we will truth and justice have its day."

FlyLo, who runs Brainfeeder, seemed to be standing by his old friend and collaborator, but he says that there was more to the video that is circulating on the internet.

"There was a lot more than a speech," FlyLo says HipHopDX. "It would be awesome to show the entire video. I came from a humble place."

Despite the fact that its full performance is currently available for free online, is seen as a sequence of events can be accessed here.

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