“I love you Marshall, you are my favorite rapper, but dude ‘ShadyXV’ is f---ing ASS,” he wrote, adding, “Hahaha, why won’t someone who loves him tell him NO.”
The two-disc Shady XV comp features 12 new tracks, including songs by D12, Yelawolf, Bad Meets Evil and Big Sean. Eminem lends his rap skills to 10 new songs, including his single, "Guts Over Fear," featuring Sia.
The second disc is a 15-track collective of the label's greatest hits, including 50 Cent's "In Da Club" and Eminem's "Lose Yourself.”
This isn’t the first time Tyler, the Creator has expressed his displeasure for a new album. In mid-September, the rapper tweeted about his frustration about finding U2’s latest release, Songs of Innocence, on his phone.
“GET OFF MY F---ING PHONE. YOU COULDNT COME UP WITH AN ACTUAL MARKETING IDEA? F--- @U2 I DONT WANT YOU. F--- BONO. I DIDNT ASK FOR YOU IM MAD,” he wrote.
source: billboard.com By Mitchell Peters