Bon Iver's Justin Vernon has some things to get off his chest in a new interview with the Guardian. Vernon spoke to the publication, offering some criticism for megastars who take money from major corporations to fund their projects and ventures.

Using Beyoncé as an example, he was quoted as saying, "Like, I'd prefer Beyoncé didn't do a Pepsi tour. Do not take two million dollars from Pepsi and be a role model for young girls. Do not do that. That stuff does anger me. And I feel like I am not afraid to talk about that stuff."

"I grew up loving bands like the Indigo Girls, and they stood for something, doing benefit shows and talking about shit and changing culture or changing people's mindsets and raising awareness," he said. "What's music for? It's not about having a bunch of CDs."

It's worth remembering that Vernon featured in an ad campaign for Bushmill's whisky back in 2011, and whether or not he regrets that decision (he does, because he's mentioned it numerous times), calling out Beyoncé seems like a misstep.