American Airlines are responding after Tyler The Creator claims he is on the airlines’ no-fly list.

On Thursday morning the rapper tweeted that he was on American Airlines’ “no fly terrorist list.” A rep for the airlines quickly responded to follow up with his claim.

Later, in a statement to The Fader, American Airlines refuted Tyler The Creator’s claims.

“American does not have a terrorism watch list. That list is controlled by the FBI,” a rep said. “But since Tyler, The Creator, is flying with us today and is currently on one of our flights, the tweet is not accurate.”

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Tyler was previously banned in the U.K. and New Zealand after being considered “to be a potential threat to public order and the public interest” due to the violent nature of some of his lyrics. The ban has since been overturned, with the rapper playing his first gig in London in four years and is scheduled to perform in New Zealand in January 2020.