Lil Pump can’t seem to avoid controversy. The polarizing rapper’s latest issue is a dispute over a sample used in his new song “Racks On Racks.”

Portishead’s Geoff Barrow, who created the score for the 2018 movie Annihilation with composer Ben Salisbury, took issue with the track after discovering it sampled “The Alien” from the film’s soundtrack. Barrow lambasted Lil Pump and claimed no clearance was given for the sample’s use.

“Who is lill Pump ? He’s used Mine and @Benjaminsal Annihilation score in his deeply fucking sexist song,” Barrow wrote on Twitter. “Just so you know we didn’t give clearance.. As 2 fathers of daughters this shit needs to seriously fuck off. I would of described him as a rapper but he ain’t Rakim & @MrChuckD @guiltysimpson are rappers. Fuk knows what he is other than an Misogynist.”

He added, “There ain’t no royalties to win here. I’ve done this dance before… but if we had our own way he’d be forced to donate all money to woman’s refuge charities. How can this shit exist in the same world as the #metoo movement and it doesn’t get called out? Utter bullshit.”

Barrow later provided an official statement to Pitchfork. The Portishead producer revealed his issue strictly pertained to the song’s subject matter and wasn’t a matter of receiving proper compensation.

“We don’t expect any royalties and copyright infringement is not our issue,” Barrow wrote. “We want people to know that in no way have we granted the use of our music to be used on a track that is So terribly degrading to young woman. As fathers & firm supporters of the Me too movement We are amazed how tracks like this are not called out by the media for this reason. I know people will try and Call us out as old fuckers and the music ain’t for us and they would be right but misogamy is still Bullshit what ever age you are.”

Salisbury, the other composer behind Annihilation, echoed his collaborator’s sentiments on Twitter.

“Agree with everything @jetfury says here,” he wrote. “If you want to make or listen to this sexist crap then that’s your call. But if, when you hear our Annihilation score in there, you think we might somehow endorse it, then you couldn’t be more wrong. There was no permission.”

Lil Pump’s “Racks On Racks” was expected to appear on his Harverd Dropout album, which is scheduled to drop on February 22. The dispute over the sample could cause more turmoil for the LP, which has already been delayed multiple times over the past year.

“Racks On Racks” was produced by Diamond Pistols and Diablo. Listen to it below.