Celebs just love Twitter.
They use it to make important announcements about new projects and new hairstyles, and sometimes if we're lucky, brawl with other celebs.
Their behavior is about as mature as that of a spoiled toddler who dropped his juice box, but it sure is entertaining for the rest of us.
Check out some of the more epic Twitter feuds on record below, from old classics to this recent gem between Chris Brown and Soulja Boy.
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Chris Brown and rapper Soulja Boy got into a Twitter feud over Brown's ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. You have got to see this.
Amber Rose and Khloe Kardashian
This war began when Amber called out 25-year-old rapper Tyga for dating Khloe's underage sister, Kylie Jenner. Khloe quickly came to her sister's defense by bringing up Amber's past job as a stripper and telling her not to talk about their family. Many more words were exchanged, including Amber calling Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian a "whore" for doing a sex tape to support her family.
In one of the fiercest Twitter wars to date, Nicki just went for it and called Farrah a c**t and told her to do some porn while watching a rerun of Teen Mom OG. Farrah shot back by saying Nicki's videos looked like porn, then told her to go to church. Nicki corrected her grammar, then retweeted a gif from a fan of a wrestling body slam.
Shortly after Zayn’s departure from One Direction, he jumped into the studio with music producer Naughty Boy. In response, 1D member Louis Tomlinson posted several passive-aggressive tweets about the partnership. The two went at it for a bit until Zayn finally stepped in by tweeting, “@Louis_Tomlinson remember when you had a life and stopped making bitchy comments about mine?”
It’s no secret that LeAnn and Brandi don’t care for one another, and they certainly aren’t trying to hide it if their Twitter feeds are any indication.
The former and current wives of Eddie Cibrian have gone at it numerous times on social media. Back in 2011, they called a truce, but not surprisingly, it didn’t last.
After Kanye saw Jimmy Kimmel’s spoof that poked fun at one of the rapper’s recent interviews, he went apoplectic on Twitter with an ALL-CAPS rant going off on the talk show host. Jimmy finally brought Kanye on his show to talk about it in a civilized manner, and the two seemed to bury the hatchet. At least for the cameras.
Lady Gaga and Perez were BFFs for some time, until they weren’t. Then when Gaga heard Perez was in the lobby of her apartment building, she freaked. "STAY AWAY FROM ME + MY FAMILY YOU ARE SICK TRYING TO RENT AN APARTMENT IN MY BUILDING TO STALK ME. LEAVE ME ALONE!!!" she tweeted. Perez retaliated with a series of tweets accusing Gaga of making their bad blood public to try and get publicity, then ranted about how much she hurt his feelings.
Back in 2011, Ciara appeared on Fashion Police and told viewers that Rihanna “wasn’t the nicest” when the two ran into each other at a party. Rihanna tweeted, “My bad ci, did I 4get to tip u? #howrudeofme." Ciara shot back with, “Trust me Rhianna u dont want to see me on or off the stage.” Rihanna eventually apologized.
Upset that her video got snubbed at the VMAs, Nicki posted a tweet blaming discrimination and implied the VMAs only like women "with very slim bodies." Taylor thought Nicki was talking about her, and accused her of pitting women against each other. Nicki defended herself, and in the end Taylor wound up apologizing and Nicki forgave her and tweeted heart emojis.
When veteran diva Bette called baby diva Ariana a whore for wearing next-to-nothing in her latest video, Ariana took to Twitter and wrote that Bette was “always a feminist who stood for women being able to do whatever the F they wanted without judgement,” then posted a pic of the Divine Miss M in a revealing mermaid costume. Bette (sort of) apologized and called herself a "reformed old whore."
For apparently no reason at all, DJ and producer Diplo tweeted "Get Taylor Swift a Booty," referring to the singer's skinny butt. Taylor’s bestie Lorde came to her defense by tweeting back “Should we do something about your tiny penis while we're at it?” Diplo’s masterful response? Calling Lorde a “high school student.” Yeah, hard to come back from a teenie weenie burn.
Like so many others before her, comedy writer Jenny Johnson called Chris a “worthless piece of shit” on Twitter. The rapper ran with the shit reference and unleashed a series of tweets that detailed farting, sharting and defecating on her. Jenny didn’t seem terribly fazed, but Chris declared himself the winner with a final tweet calling her a bitch and including the hashtag #iwin. Sure you did, Chris.
Miley Cyrus and Sinead O'Connor
Sinead wrote an open letter to the former Hannah Montana star after her first controversial VMAs performance, urging her not to let the music industry turn her into a prostitute. An irate Miley tweeted, “Before Amanda Bynes…. There was….” then included a screen grab of Sinead’s plead for psychiatric help two years prior. Sinead suffers from bipolar disorder, so it was regarded as a very low blow.
When Adam tweeted, "Ugh..recycling old art for a younger generation doesn't make you an artist. It makes you an art teacher,” most assumed he was talking about Gaga. Mother Monster caught the hint and responded with a curt “uh oh guys the art police is here.” Adam went on to talk about how he wasn’t an artist, and everyone kind of scratched their heads as to why he was holding such angst.
Drake Bell's onslaught of mean tweets against Justin kind of make you feel sorry for the Biebs. Over the years, Drake has criticized everything from Bieber's talent to his height. Bieber's only response? "Drake and Josh was my favorite show as a kid. really." It seems Drake was egging him on for a fight, but Justin let his Beliebers do the talking for him.