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Tyler, the Creator Discusses Starbucks, MySpace, Golf Wang App on ‘Kimmel’

The former barista cut his teeth at the beleaguered social and music network

Tyler, the Creator stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for a highly entertaining interview that touched on a lot of the more mundane — but hilariously told — parts of his past. The rapper worked at and was unceremoniously fired from Starbucks (“My mom said we should sue before we realized they hadn’t done anything wrong”) and FedEx, which “scared the living hell” out of him. He also sort-of explains his Golf Wang app, talks about owning a movie theater franchise, and how his name came from a collection of drawings, beats, and other media on MySpace. Watch ‘em all below.