We haven’t heard anything official about its supposed $3.2 billion purchase of Beats from Apple yet and now Billboard reports there’s a good reason for that. According to Billboard’s sources, Apple was not at all happy about a video posted by actor Tyrese Gibson where a couple of weeks ago in which Beats founder and hip-hop legend Dr. Dre boasts about becoming “the first billionaire in hip-hop.” Apple was also probably not happy to hear that Gibson said that Dre was “drunk off of Heinekens” in the video, which was posted on Gibson’s Facebook page right after news broke that Apple would be buying Beats for $3.2 billion. While most of us found the Dre video funny, it’s pretty obvious why Apple did not

In the new release, Godzilla first appears at 56:34. In the 1975 classic, Jaws doesn’t appear onscreen until 1:21:11. “Nightmare on Elm Street” fans, meanwhile, didn’t have to wait long to see the fearsome Freddy: He showed his face in the opening credits at 2:09 in the ’80s flick. “Pacific Rim” viewers had even shorter to wait: the first monster appears around 1:20.