The notoriously outspoken The Talk host took to her Twitter Monday to air her thoughts on the surprising music move, in which instead of giving users the option to download U2's new album for free, Songs of Innocence was just put into everyone's iTunes libraries as an already "purchased" album.
Though Sharon is of course not the only person upset at the Apple/U2 stunt.
Apple created a help page Monday with specific instructions on how to remove the album from your iTunes libraries and your purchases list, undoubtedly due to a lot of angry reactions from iPhone users.
But according to U2's manager Guy Oseary, the band expected all of the resulting backlash.
"It’s a gift from Apple. If someone doesn’t like the gift, they should delete it. ... There are people who are going to be thrilled to get a gift. There are people who are not going to care to have this gift. We knew all of that going in. No surprises here," Oseary told Mashable. "We just want to share it with as many people as possible. If you don’t want it and you don’t need it, delete it."
Bono himself wrote on the band's official website, "For the people out there who have no interest in checking us out, look at it this way: The blood, sweat and tears of some Irish guys are in your junk mail."