"I guess I'm cool enough to invite but not cool enough to play my record," Kelly Clarkson tweeted.
Kelly Clarkson doesn't think iHeartRadio has been giving her recent music a fair shot.
In a series of tweets, the former "American Idol" winner voiced frustration with the mass media corporation. When iHeartRadio denied her claim that they did not giver her enough airplay, Kelly responded by further putting pressure on them to promote her upcoming single "Heat."
It all began when iHeartRadio tweeted Thursday the news that Clarkson would soon be hosting her own talk show, as well as performing at the iHeartRadio festival this weekend. Clarkson clapped back at the broadcast conglomerate for not playing her songs on their stations. iHeartMedia is the largest radio station group owner in the United States with 855 channels.
Their denial is B.S. The reality is any female artist over 30 has to fight like hell to get their music played but @iHeartRadio has no problem using their names to sell tickets to their festival. Keep calling them out @kelly_clarkson