Can anyone tell me why this review was blocked on Windows App Store for violating the Windows Store Terms of Use?

Original review for Windows 8.0 - My review for the Microsoft Music application after an update removed a feature -

Apparently there was an update that removed the full screen animation for now playing. To bad, that feature set it apart from the others. Now this app is just like any other Ho Hum player.

After update to Windows 8.1 there was an update to the application so I updated my review which was blocked for violating Windows Store Terms of Use -

Seriously - Advertisements while I play music I own, I don't think so. Everyone keeps saying how Zune was much better. Zune is still available so I will go back to Zune until you get real.

Store Terms of use -

Can I comment on apps in the Windows Store?
As a courtesy to developers and customers, Microsoft offers you the capability to comment on your experience with apps. You may not include or submit any content that is untrue, misleading, defamatory, infringing, or harassing, that constitutes hate speech, that is or includes sexual content, that insinuates profanity, or that is otherwise objectionable. You may not post links to websites or materials that could harm other users or their computers, including links to any viruses, corrupted data, or other harmful, disruptive, or destructive files. You may not post comments on the Windows Store for any commercial purpose, including by advertising or promoting anything, without the express, prior, written consent of Microsoft. You grant Microsoft the right to use, modify, adapt, reproduce, distribute, and display any content you post.

Not sure what I am violating - Advertisements while playing My Music collection - Untrue, No - Misleading, No. Defamatory, No. Infringing or harassing, No if anything it is Infringing and harassing me. So I guess I am promoting Zune by stating it is still available, even though I have no commercial interest in Zune.