Jack White may be one of the most talented solo acts today, but he certainly doesn't like his fellow performers nor one of the music's popular and respected magazines, Rolling Stone, which he has featured numerous times in.

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White blasted Rolling Stone during a recent Boston concert

During his solo concert at Fenway Park in Boston on Wednesday (Sept 17th), the White Stripes frontman slammed Rolling Stone for apparently publishing celebrity/tabloid stories and articles on its website.

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"Something for Rollingstone.com for tomorrow. I like to feed them something every day for their clickbait," White said. "If everyone could, in this whole stadium, please go to Rollingstone.com tomorrow. They've paid me zero dollars to plug them for tomorrow so make sure they get at least a million clicks, mouse clicks, tomorrow, for Rollingstone.com, brought to you by Jack White!"

He then proceeded to mock the mag by making up the following headlines: "RollingStone.com, brought to you by the Kardashian Family! Fifteen outfits that will blow your mind that Taylor Swift wore this month. Ten reasons why RollingStone.com didn't cover the Newport Folk Festival for 15 years straight. Twelve reasons Rolling Stone won't put a black-and-white cover on their magazine - unless you're dead!" he added.

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Whit also told the crowd, "Did you know Jann Wenner [the mag's editor] also owns Us Weekly, the tabloid capital of magazines? Jann Wenner, keeping paparazzi alive for more than 20 years!"

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White has featured in the music magazine on many occasions

Realizing he may have got a little too heated, three minutes into the tirade White said, "OK, I'm officially supposed to stop now, because this is becoming a Kanye West-esque rant. Because apparently, nowadays, you aren't allowed to speak to your own fans about anything, lest it be a rant."

The 39 year-old musician only appeared in Rolling Stone in May and made several controversial comments about other singers during the interview, but he quickly apologized for his harsh words in the following month.