In an interview with wwd.com, Diplo states the two are no longer on speaking terms and that "she’s kind of really gone crazy." He also accuses her of "glamorising terrorism", claiming that she only decided to become an artist following the success of 'Paper Planes'.
Diplo claims to have warned her prior to the making of her last album, 'Maya', about using overt political rhetroic, but to no avail. "She’s not an easy artist to criticize because she’s very left-leaning, she’s progressive, she’s a woman. She’s good in a lot of aspects, but when it comes to die-hard, facts-on-the-ground politics, she’s at zero. She’s nothing." He also refers to the record, which he had little to do with following their falling out, as "not good".
He briefly talks about working with Beyoncé, saying it's no big deal. “For me, it’s just another thing I work with. Beyoncé is one thing, this punk band I worked with is one thing. They’re all the same to me.”