Pitchfork Media reported earlier today that Brendon Urie of American pop/punk band, Panic! at the Disco, was recently interviewed by Revolt TV where he revealed that the lead single "Miss Jackson" from 2013's "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!" originally sampled Fiona Apple's "Every Single Night." Urie went on to play the original demo of the song (originally titled, "Bad Apple"), discuss how Fiona denied the band permission to use it, and then had a few choice words for the "Criminal" singer. In between laughs, Urie calls Apple a "b*tch" and then proceeds talking like nothing ever happened.
Urie insisted that he loves Apple's work but, at first, was very disappointed and "furious that [they] wouldn't be able to put the song out." Did Urie suffer from a case of "foot-in-mouth" disease or is he still harboring nasty feelings toward Miss Apple?
Fiona Apple was just in headlines a month ago after responding to claims that she walked off stage in Japan due to a heckling fan. Unfortunately, the talented singer can't seem to keep her name out of controversy even when she isn't doing anything.