Mike Dean Apologizes to BTS for Grammy Tweet, Says He Was ‘Simply F—ing Trolling’

Mike Dean is sorry for “f—ing trollingBTS after he appeared to take out his anger on the Okay-pop group for dropping out on the album of the yr Grammy.

The legendary hip-hop producer took dwelling a Grammy on Sunday on the sixty fourth annual awards present for greatest rap track with Ye‘s “Jail,” that includes Jay-Z. However its father or mother album Donda didn’t win album of the yr, which Dean produced, and he felt some kind of means about it.


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Beneath the Recording Academy’s tweet with a photograph of BTS’ buttery clean efficiency on the present and the immediate “Identify a bunch ~smoother~ than @bts_bighit, we dare you. #BTSARMY #GRAMMYs,” Dean wrote in a since-deleted tweet, “Anybody.”

Members of the ARMY descended upon Dean and instructed him to examine BTS’ credit — however it looks as if he already did. “It’s humorous to learn so many armys saying BTS members write ‘90% of their music,’ primarily based on an announcement made by a BigHit worker. Hahahaha, there is no such thing as a means BTS members have written 90% of their music. Simply examine the writing credit of each single BTS album. In all of them are like [cont.] 9-10 credited songwriters per track… why would an organization like BigHit spend a lot cash on so many songwriters who solely do ‘10% of the job’?”

And he doesn’t appear to care about having his credit checked both. When one BTS fan posted a screenshot of the 13 credited songwriters (together with Snoop Dogg) on Ye’s Nina Simone-sampling “Blood on the Leaves” from his 2013 Billboard 200 No. 1 album Yeezus, he merely wrote again, “A basic.”

The seven-time Grammy-winning producer, who’s labored with Ye, Travis Scott, Madonna, Beyoncé and plenty of extra, urged, “Get these Bts followers off my di–” after the ARMY incessantly tweeted at him for publicly disrespecting one of many best-selling music teams, which just lately grew to become the first act to win the IFPI’s world recording artist of the yr award for 2 consecutive years.

Dean later apologized and revealed the true supply of his frustration, which had nothing to do with BTS.

“OK. SORRY TO BTS. JUST F—ING TROLLING,” he tweeted earlier than including, “I used to be mad about album of the yr and made a put up I shouldn’t have made. My gf simply made me really feel unhealthy for it.” He additionally defined how he’s shortly patched issues up with artists earlier than, like when he “had difficulty” with A$AP Rocky and “ended up mixing his entire album [2015’s Billboard 200-topping At. Long. Last. ASAP] and we’re the perfect of household.” Who is aware of if Mike Dean and BTS will make amends within the studio in the future?

See his tweets beneath.

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