Dillon. Francis. Is. Pissed.
On Wednesday, the DJ took to social media to celebrate the arrival of his brand new gold and platinum records for his cool collab with DJ Snake, Get Low!
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The 28-year-old was so happy showing off his first-ever platinum plaque, but his mood quickly soured when a follower noticed a typo on the RIAA honor.
The electronic artist revealed that the engraving misspelled the word "certification," displayed instead "certificatoin."
When the producer realized the mistake, he began to an NSFW rant about how the award for his hit from the Furious 7 soundtrack had been ruined.
We totally get why he was upset. This is a huge deal!
But, we can't quite tell if he's actually this livid, or if he's just joking to make light of the situation, but he posted the video to Facebook, captioning it:
"WHO THE F*CK F*CKED THIS UP?! YOU HAD ONE F*CKING JOB!! WHAT THE F*CK?!?!? CERTIFICATOIN!??? THATS NOT A F*CKING WORD!! YOU RUINED MY PLATINUM RECORD YOU F*CKING PIECE OF SH*T AND NOW IM GONNA FIND YOU, HUNT YOU DOWN, & WRITE CERTIFICATOIN ON EVERYTHING YOU LOVE!"
Ch-ch-check out how quickly his mood changes in the unfortunate — but hilarious — clip (below):
[Image via Dillon Francis/Facebook.]
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