LUH TYLER Shares Outrageous Fan Request Involving His Sister’s Feet

Luh Tyler
Luh Tyler

Luh Tyler has acknowledged engaging in a variety of bizarre internet conversations, but one request in particular—involving his sister’s feet—stands out from the others.

The Florida rapper told HipHopDX that a fan once requested for images of his sister’s feet in return for money, which was the craziest request he had ever heard. He acknowledged that he felt the request was strange, but he did say that he had thought about it.

“I was about to do it [too],” he laughed. “I was ’bout to take a picture of her feet and send that bih to that man, but n-ggas be weird, [so] I don’t know.”

He added: “That shit was crazy right there though. [Like why] a n-gga wanna look at some feet?”

Later on in the conversation, Luh Tyler revealed his lack of experience with teen dating by confessing that he hasn’t yet gone out to dinner with someone. “Like going out to eat and all that?” he questioned. “I ain’t never did no date forreal.”

Even though he sang in the song “Law & Order” about bringing someone’s girl out to a Waffle House, he made it obvious that he didn’t truly view that as a date. In the song, he raps, “I’m with your bitch, we at the Waffle House, yeah, we on Tennessee/ No, I don’t trap but some of my n-ggas out here servin’ ten a G.

The lyrics by Luh Tyler feature breezy raps that remind you of timeshares in Key West. The musician, who is only 17 years old, has already established himself as one of the most popular up-and-coming musicians in the industry.

Because to his laid-back attitude, slick rhymes, and witty delivery, he gives a unique take on hip hop that appeals to both young and elderly listeners.

My Vision, his first mixtape, was just released and it was distributed on March 31. Before that, he released a number of singles, including “Florida Water,” “Can’t Move Wrong,” and “Fat Racks Pt. 2,” all of which featured DJ Scheme, Ski Mask the Slump God, and Danny Towers.