Tyler expressed his frustration about Bono and Co. in a string of Tweets posted on Friday (Sept. 12).
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.
“I DID NOT YOU WERE ON MY PHONE. ITS LEGIT LIKE WAKING UP WITH A PIMPLE OR LIKE A HERPE IDK I DID KNOW YOU WERE ON MY PHONE WHAT THE F—.”
U2 released Songs of Innocence for free on iTunes following its performance at the Apple event on Sept. 9. With lead single “The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)” set to be featured in a massive media campaign from Apple, valued at $100 million by multiple sources, U2 has already scored arguably the biggest launch in music history.