When asked what he thought about the cut of I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell that was released to theaters, Sheldon claims that Max said, "I don’t really give a shit, it’s gonna make me a shitload of money." Sheldon also claims that Max became agitated when Sheldon revealed that he wanted to be an agent and then went off on a "rant in which he made three claims, each of which oozed more bullshit than the last. "1," he began "I invented a literary genre. Two, I am richer than you will ever be, and three, these girls are waiting in line to [expletive] me."
Sheldon writes the following about Tucker Max's rant:
Understanding the falsity of his claims, I was irked and drunk enough to debase them. I told him that his blog was no more than an editorial piece applied online; no literary genre was created, only shifted mediums. Second: if he was so rich, he wouldn’t have to travel across the country in a bus to 18 and over bars for a few hundred dollars to meet fans, and three: it’s widely known in the industry he makes all of his stories up, aggrandizing regular feats into those of colossal proportions.
I have to tip my hat to Matt Sheldon. More people need to confront Tucker Max on his bullshit. It might actually help keep Tucker Max's ego in check.