I guess DJ Khaled can finally stop saying “another one” this time.
After his last two studio albums managed to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart, the DJ and music producer was reportedly “furious” at his team for mishandling his new album’s release and blamed them for missing the top spot.
“He stormed into Epic [Records] with an entourage,” a source tells PageSix. When projections started coming in and showed he’d debut at No. 2 he was “angry and yelling” and “threw a temper tantrum.”
Another insider added that “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.”
He blamed his label and team for not understanding streaming services and bundle deals.
Roughly 100,000 downloads of his new album were sold through a bundle deal with an energy drink and weren’t included in his sales by Billboard.
Khaled was upset that his label didn’t fight for him and those numbers to be included by Billboard. Had those numbers been counted, he would have debuted at No. 1.
Instead it was Tyler, the Creator’s fifth studio album “Igor” that took the top spot.
Let this be a lesson to men who refuse to return the favor and go down on their wives.