Hey There, Feuding Musicians: Let's Play the Twitter Quiet Game
I suppose the fact that she's the only person on earth banned from using the "Harlem Shake" in a video has Azealia Banks slightly fired up, but why the shit would you want to use it? Azealia Twittered a response to Bauuer's greediness over the rights to the song, stating:
Why you cockblockin tho??? Lmaoooo
Bauuer responded by Tweeting that it wasn't her song, to which she responded:
You're a pussy. You don't belong in hip-hop.
Anyhow, somehow the clash between the two artists led to her calling Internet blogger (and resident idiot) Perez Hilton a gay slur, and pissing off GLAAD. Shoulda kept it in her crappy music, perhaps.
Patrick Carney vs. Justin Beiber:
In other what-the-fuck news, TMZ asked Patrick Carney of the Black Keys what he thought about Justin Bieber not receiving a Grammy nod. His answer royally pissed off the Biebs, who told his zillion Twitter followers that Patrick should be slapped around. That enraged the hive, who have been providing us with hilarious spam on Carney's Twitter ever since. A few examples:
let justin , you're a fool uninteresting !
dude admit it your at your moms house right now crying your eyes out about all this. LOL you deserve it though. BITCH
it's really sad how ugly old and pathetic you are. You have to pretend to be Justin just to feel good about your self.
Tsk, tsk. I'm about to wash some mouths out with soap, you naughty kids!
Despite the obviously ill-matched battle of wits on Carney's Twitter, perhaps he should have kept the preschool antics to a minimum by NOT changing his profile and pretending to be Bieber for a weekend. Now the Beliebers will never stop.
Courtney Love vs. The Muppets:
After the furry puppets covered Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in 2011's The Muppets, Courtney accused the movie of "raping the memory" of her late husband. She also called Jason Segel, an actor in the movie, a "coward" for not responding to her comments. When criticism over her liberal use of the word "rape" began a backlash against her, the ever-eloquent Court took to Gothamist to type out the following response:
its mine to say and not public opinion its my and my daughters right and dave and krist have a grace note of 1.2 percent of a 100 in that song publishing that i begged kurt to let them have when he took his publishing back to himself as we wrote every single note- so yeah rape is a great word because its so insidious to do this and make me look 'crazy' on the lawyer owned tmz for declining it
Yeah, don't look at me. I can't decipher it for you. She does realize she's arguing with a giant green frog and Fozzie Bear, right?
So...yeah. Shhhh. The quiet game is starting.