A selection of Spotify users have reportedly been bothering Spotify about refunds related to Drake's new album Scorpion, and surprisingly not because the album is arguably way too damn long.

As Billboard and others spotted Monday, the streaming service's decision to inundate users with Drake-related playlists and other 6 god promo surrounding the Scorpion drop was enough of a nuisance for some that they actually hit up customer service about getting a free month. Basically, the argument boils down to ad-free account holders being peeved that a flood of Drake promo basically amounts to a flood of ads, thereby muddying the waters of what an "ad-free account" should look like.

While some on Reddit have claimed that they successfully procured a refund, the Billboard report states that Spotify has put no Scorpion-inspired refund policy in place just yet. I use Apple Music, so I wouldn't know. It's worth adding, however, that Drake once reportedly inked a deal with Apple worth an estimated $19 million.

Excessive length aside, Side B of Drake's fifth studio album has plenty to write home about. "Summer Games," specifically, has had me paralyzed in ponderances of love since last Friday. Can't lie.