Kelly machine gun‘s latest film didn’t go well with the late rapper’s brother Mac Miller.

In response to a recent announcement that the 31-year-old “Bloody Valentine” actor is passing by Colson Baker in his acting work will portray a battered music star in the drama Good News, Mac’s brother Miller McCormickHe shared a social media message seemingly criticizing the project.

McCormick, who didn’t specifically mention Machine Gun Kelly or the title of the film, seemed to take particular offense with the film’s title, as “Good News” was Mac’s first posthumous single from his January 2020 album Circles. Mac Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in 2018 at the age of 26.

“F – k you. f – k your film. At least change the title,” said McCormick on Thursday, July 1st, on his Instagram Story Complex.

In response, production company Rivulet Media issued a statement to E! News dated July 1 to clarify that the film is fictional and that the title, which was intended as a tribute to Mac, will be changed due to criticism.