The DJ, who worked with the singer on the LP, said that she had a "defensive" attitude in the studio and the finished product did not sound "authentic".
Diplo told Black Book: "I think she's a really controversial artist and she's one of the most important people doing music right now, because people expect a lot. And I think that the record was like - she didn't care about it.
"I was in the studio with her, she didn't write anything. She's on the defensive for the whole record, and that doesn't sound very authentic.
"Me and [fellow producer] Switch tried our best to be quality control of the record and she didn't want that. She kind of went on her own way."
Speaking of the pair's firey relationship, he said: "I burned like twenty bridges with her. I build my own bridges, it doesn't matter. I'm honest. As soon as she comes to terms with what she does then we can work again.
"One of us has to be like, We f**ked up, and then we can do it again."