DJ Khaled Sues Billboard as His Album Fails To Make Number One Spot

There are recent reports about the American entertainment scene that DJ Khaled is currently feeling disgusted by the actions of Billboard that caused his album, “Father of Asahd” the number one spot on the Billboard charts, losing to Tyler Creator’s multi-dimensional album, “IGOR.”

Reports surfaced that DJ Khaled feeling anger by the loss, stormed into Epic Records Offices in a highly temperamental mood as he talked down Tyler’s album.

According to what has been reported by The Blast, an entertainment media giant in the United States, DJ Khaled originally never had any issues with Tyler which negates the rumour being spread that he is hating on the artiste. According to some sources, it is Billboard in itself that the superstar DJ is actually angry with and he seriously planning to file a lawsuit against the prestigious Billboard.

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Reports claimed that Billboard didn’t approve 100,000 downloads of Khaled’s music which has affected him getting to the first stop and this has caused the DJ to express fury at the organisation for jeopardizing his effort after compiling a star-studded album.

SNL appearance and Pepsi-sponsored kickoff event, while Tyler had no such things.

Khaled was even more surprised by finishing second. So much so, according to Page Six, he raged at Epic Records for failing him.

“He stormed into Epic with an entourage,” a source said. And when projections showed his new record looked likely to come in second, “he was angry and yelling. He threw a temper tantrum,” blaming the also-ran album placing on his label chiefs’ not understanding streaming services and bundle deals.

A second source, who also described how the disappointed DJ did not hold back his displeasure, added, “No. 2 won’t do for Khaled. He was not happy when the album didn’t debut at No. 1 . . . Not happy at all.”

An industry insider added: “He was furious. There was some nasty stuff said. Publicly, he’s all about ‘positivity,’ but there is a mean side to him that people don’t see . . . He overhyped the record and blew it up as his biggest album ever.”