“Father Is A-Fraud”: DJ Khaled Got His Wish Of A #1 Album But Ruined His Whole A$$ Brand In The Process

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3 songs to stream this week: DJ Khaled, Lady Antebellum, Duncan Laurence

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DJ Khaled has had a career based on positivity and building up other people trying to better their careers. He keeps talking about “they” and those who would hold us back, all in an attempt to boost up those who need it. That has taken him far as others have collaborated with him with no problem. That all came crashing down this weekend when he threw a fit over Tyler The Creator’s album topping his for number one on the Billboard 100.

This has confused everyone who thought Khaled would be gracious in his second-place finish. Yet when he released a now-deleted video sending subs at Tyler’s album and then going so far as to sue Billboard over it, he turned into the “they” he has always hated. Now, things have been rectified and his album is actually number one, but that has only made the slander worse. Take a look…



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