Calvin Harris Slams BBC Over 'Press-Play' DJ Set Quote
He's threatening legal action over claims they changed a question...
Harris apparently told the BBC: "I think it's not a problem. In the club you want to hear a produced piece of music, you want to hear the bass, you want to hear it as good as it can sound.
"I used to perform with a band putting all sorts of work into a live show and I can tell you that the reaction was worse than it is when I'm DJing."
However, Harris has since explained on Twitter that he was in fact asked a different question - insisting that his answer has been taken out of context.
After receiving numerous messages about his comments, Calvin tweeted: "Find the audio where i say "it's ok to prerecord a DJ set" it doesn't f**king exist, and i don't know ANY DJ that actually does that.
"F**king raging with this Newsbeat guy. I remember the interview and his stupid f**king question is it ok for DJs to play records.
"Then he'll change his question in the edit to is it ok to PRERECORD a DJ set and use my answer to a DIFFERENT QUESTION?!"
He continued: "I remember this guy from @BBCNewsbeat who did the interview, he actually apologised beforehand for not being prepared + knew nothing.
"Then he'll make ME look bad because HE'S sh*te, and play it on the biggest national radio station in the UK?! Right ok @BBCNewsbeat.
"Release the audio @BBCNewsbeat and we will see exactly what was said, instead to stitching me up because u needed a bad guy in your "report".
The Sweet Nothing hitmaker added: "No i won't f**king calm down! When i've got sh*tloads of messages slating me for something i didn't say @BBCNewsbeat.
"Fact is @BBCNewsbeat pre recorded my answers to a different set of questions. The guy wasn't even wearing a f**king mic.
He concluded: "OK that's me done. Needed to respond because i had so many messages calling me out on some things that they had made up."
Harris later seemed to threaten legal action against the organisation, stating: "Looking into taking action on @BBCNewsbeat for that libellous broadcast."
BBC Newsbeat are yet to respond to Calvin's accusations.