On Tuesday night, Holly Tucker was eliminated from The Voice.
Soon afterward Joey Guerra - music critic for The Houston Chronicle - Tweeted the following: "#TheVoice sends one singer back to Texas. Don't worry, it's not the one we care about."
And soon after that, Blake Shelton stuck up for his ousted team member.
"It's people like you @joeyguerra that make me sick," the country star wrote. "Holly is not only a talented singer but a great person that's simply chasing a dream."
And he didn't stop there, adding via Twitter:
"How about you @joeyguerra grow some balls and come tell me to my face how terrible some of these kids are face to face..? You won't. Ever. You @joeyguerra are a chicken siit. I can't stand a person that makes a point to write hurtful things about kids just trying their best.
"I swear to god I cant understand the mentality of a grown man ripping on young kids over and over again for just trying their hardest. Kids! How much do y'all wanna bet he'd NEVER criticize my team OR me like that face to face.... Chicken s--t."
Blake them calmed down a bit and concluded his rant with:
"I'm sorry for going off y'all... But I am passionate about encouraging young people to follow their dreams.. We GOOD people don't need hate."
We don't see any need for Shelton to apologize in this instance, do you?