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The Most Epic Celebrity Twitter Feuds of All Time

Nicki Minaj vs. Taylor Swift

When the list of nominees for Video of the Year for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards was released, Nicki was not pleased (to say the least) that her "Anaconda" video was snubbed. "If your video celebrates women with very slim bodies, you will be nominated for vid of the year," she tweeted, along with 13 blushing emojis. 

While she didn't call anyone out in particular, Taylor Swift, whose video for "Bad Blood" was nominated for Video of the Year, fired back at her directly: "@NICKIMINAJ I've done nothing but love & support you. It's unlike you to pit women against each other. Maybe one of the men took your spot..."

Nicki, for her part, seemed confused: "Huh? U must not be reading my tweets. Didn't say a word about u. I love u just as much. But u should speak on this. @taylorswift13"

Nicki then continued to tweet and retweet her fans who came to her defense, and eventually credited the misunderstanding to "white media and their tactics."

But Taylor wasn't letting it go just yet: @NICKIMINAJ If I win, please come up with me!! You're invited to any stage I'm ever on."

There was also a bit of drama when fans realized Taylor had unfollowed Nicki, assuming it was due to their Twitter feud - but that turned out to be a misunderstanding too, since Taylor actually unfollowed Nicki back in 2013.

Update: Nicki and Taylor's Twitter beef has officially come to an end. Taylor tweeted an apology ("I thought I was being called out. I missed the point, I misunderstood, then misspoke. I'm sorry, Nicki. @NICKIMINAJ) and Nicki accepted her apology with a bunch of heart-shaped emojis.

Kylie Jenner vs. Amandla Sternberg

Like her famous sisters, Kylie Jenner is known for her selfie-filled Instagram. She usually posts pictures of her makeup and her barely-there clothes, but this celebrity feud began when she posted a selfie of herself rocking cornrows. Innocent, right?

Wrong. Amandla Sternberg (remember sweet little Rue from The Hunger Games?) left a comment on Kylie's Insta pic, telling her that "when u appropriate black features and culture but fail to use ur position of power to help black Americans by directing attention towards ur wigs instead of police brutality or racism #whitgirlsdoitbetter." 

Kylie received a lot of backlash over her selfie, and while she never responded directly to Amandla's comment (although she did leave a comment on the same picture, saying "Mad if I do...Mad if I don't" mysteriously around the same time that all this hit the fan), her pal Justin Bieber came to her defense: "Lets[sic] focus on the bigger picture and instead of fighting over something stupid lets[sic] do something about equality, but it doesn't start here blasting a 17 year old kid for wearing braids smh."

Amandla then took to Twitter to have the last word: "End the 'angry black girl' narrative. It's just another attempt to undermine certain perspectives. I have strong opinions. I am not angry."

Zayn Malik vs. Naughty Boy vs. Louis Tomlinson

This epic Twitter feud began when news first broke about Zayn leaving One Direction. He had allegedly been working with producer Naughty Boy on a solo album before he left the boy band, which upset his former members (as well as every 12-year-old girl in America).

The news particularly upset Louis Tomlinson, who took to Twitter to vent. The three guys went back and forth taking shots at each other, making immature digs like "@Louis_Tomlinson remember when you had a life and stopped making bitchy comments about mine?"

The tables turned a few weeks later, however, when Naughty Boy allegedly leaked Zayn's first solo music video online. Zayn tweeted "@NaughtyBoyMusic you fat joke stop pretending we're friends no one knows you."

Ouch. To be continued?

Iggy Azalea vs. Britney Spears

By now, we've all heard Iggy and Britney's latest hit "Pretty Girls." Iggy and I have the same opinion: it's nothing special. And she took to Twitter to say just that: "I think it got off to a powerful start. but[sic] you need content to compete in 2015."

After receiving backlash from Britney's fans, Iggy back-pedaled and called her a "good friend." 

Britney got the last laugh, though. As the world knows, Iggy's latest tour was cancelled recently. "Can't wait to get back to Vegas," Britney tweeted. "So thankful I have shows for the rest of the year to look forward to... #YouWantAPieceOfMe."

And that's how you win a Twitter war.

Diplo vs. Lorde

Diplo made some very ugly statements about Taylor Swift in early 2015, but he got called out by her BFF Lorde when he body shamed her via Twitter.

"@diplo should we do something about your tiny penis while we're at it hm." She later explained that while she considers Diplo a friend, she doesn't stand for body shaming.

You go, girl!

Khloe Kardashian vs. Amber Rose

This Twitter feud started when Amber stuck her nose where it doesn't belong by making comments about the eight-year age difference between the youngest Kardashian sister, Kylie, and her boyfriend Tyga. "She's a baby," she told Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, "she needs to go to bed at 7 o'clock and relax."

Big sis Khloe fired back via Twitter, reminding the world that Amber was a stripper at age 15. "Please don't worry about my sister who has a career & her s--t together at ONLY 17 people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones." 

When will people learn that when you mess with one Kardashian, you mess with them all?

Donald Trump vs. Danny Zuker

Donald Trump is famous for putting his foot in his mouth, so it's no surprise that he's constantly engaged in a Twitter feud with someone. It took a writer for Modern Family to put him in his place when Donald went on a Twitter rant about China. Danny Zuker replied to Donald's tweet with a picture of towels from his hotel that were made in China.

The two exchanged several hilariously petty tweets, where Donald called Danny a "loser," as he does everyone, and Danny told him he should outsource his comebacks to China.

Amanda Bynes vs. Rihanna

Someone even more famous for Twitter rants than Donald Trump: Amanda Bynes. Back in the day, she was known for calling celebs "ugly" via Twitter.

Given, she was suffering from mental illness, but nonetheless, when Amanda tweeted that Chris Brown beat Rihanna because she wasn't "pretty enough," Rihanna wasn't having any of it, tweeting back "Ya see what happens when they cancel Intervention?" 

Sinead O'Connor vs. Miley Cyrus

As we all know, Miley Cyrus loves twerking and showing off what her momma gave her - but Sinead O'Connor wasn't having it. She wrote a letter to Miley on her blog, basically telling her to settle down and put on some clothes. Miley fired back by posting screenshots of Sinead's old tweets from a time when she was mentally unstable.

"Taking me on is even more fuckin' stupid than behaving like a prostitute and calling it feminism," Sinead wrote in her second open letter. 

Miley's epic response? "Sinead. I don't have time to write you an open letter cause Im[sic] hosting & performing on SNL this week. So if youd[sic] like to meet up and talk lemme know in your next letter."

Sinead did write Miley a couple more letters, but she most definitely did not ask to meet her.

Iggy Azalea vs. Azealia Banks

In what was the most uncomfortable Twitter feud ever, Azealia Banks, who's had more Twitter feuds than hit songs, said Iggy was "not excellent" and she didn't think she deserved a Grammy nomination. Iggy fired back via Twitter, calling her "poisonous" and a "bigot." Azealia had a few names for Iggy as well, such as "Itchy Areola" and "Igloo Australia."

The two female rappers have been at it since as far back as 2012, so this probably won't be the last you hear from them.

Chelsea Handler vs. Nick Cannon

Chelsea Handler had a TV show, Chelsea Lately, where she did literally nothing but make fun of celebrities throughout the show's seven seasons. Some people, however, can't take a joke.

Case in point: When Chelsea tweeted "I just heard Nick Cannon is starting a comedy tour. Who's going to do the comedy?" To which Nick Cannon sent off a series of tweets like "@Chelseahandler @Howardstern @Eminem Why do all these angry ugly whitetrash folks want beef with me? What I do? I'm a harmless corny dude!" and "@chelseahandler Looks like she got hit in the face with a hot bag nickels[sic]!"

Way to keep it classy, Nick. Why did Mariah dump you again?

Kanye West vs. Wiz Khalifa

If there were an award for someone picking the biggest fight over literally nothing, Kanye West would win it. Every single time. 

This time, the fight was between Kanye and Wiz Khalifa, who didn’t particularly like the new name of Kanye’s album. (He changed it from “Swish” to “Waves,” can you even??) As quickly as Wiz lashed out, he was over it, and he was on to more important things, namely things that involved “kk.” Kanye, who assumed “kk” was a reference to his wife’s initials, lashed out and tweeted a list of 17 insults Wiz’s way (really mean stuff, like “I think you dress cool,” and “#Wizwearscoolpants”).

Eventually, Wiz clarified he was referring to marijuana, Kanye deleted his tweets for the sake of “positive energy blessings blessings positive energy blessings,” and Amber Rose (their mutual ex) shut it down by tweeting a little secret about Kanye’s sex life.

Charlie Sheen vs. Rihanna

Among Charlie Sheen's many Twitter victims is Rihanna. Back in May 2014, Rihanna just so happened to be at the same restaurant as Charlie and his then-girlfriend, and she didn't want to meet them. So what is a respectable man to do but take to Twitter for his revenge?

"Sorry we're not KOOL[sic] enough to warrant a blessing from the Princess (or in this case the Village idiot)," he wrote.

But just as she did with Amanda Bynes, Rihanna had the perfect response: "If that old queen don't get ha diapers out of a bunch..."

Seth Rogen vs. Justin Bieber

Seth Rogen isn't exactly Justin Bieber's biggest fan. In January 2014, Seth randomly tweeted "All jokes aside, Justin Bieber is a piece of shit."

Seth took to The Howard Stern Show to explain his harsh statement in May 2014, recalling his first meeting with the Biebz, which obviously wasn't a very fond memory. 

But Justin Bieber chose to take the high road - sort of - tweeting "Seth Rogan[sic] sorry I didn't bow down 2 meet u was probably a bit shy and didn't want to be over the top but still. love ur movies."

Demi Lovato vs. Taylor Swift

The dumbest Twitter feuds occur when celebrities bicker about things they should be united over, such as the support of a fellow artist who is going through tough times. When a court ruled in early 2016 that pop songstress Kesha couldn't abandon a contract with a music producer who is accused of sexually abusing her, many stars took to Twitter to show their support. Taylor Swift took it a step further, giving Kesha $250,000 to "to help with any of her financial needs during this trying time," a T-Swift spokesperson said.

This generous act was well received by just about everybody except Demi Lovato, who apparently expected more from Taylor. "Take something to Capitol Hill or actually speak out about something and then I'll be impressed," Demi tweeted.

When one of Taylor's fans accused Demi of trying to steal the spotlight and spark a rivalry, Demi blew up, posting "Not everyone has 250k to just give to people. Would love to but I didn't grow up with money and def haven't made as much as her. At least I speak up about s*** that's uncomfortable to talk about rather than trying to be politically correct 24/7 ... There's no "rivalry" I just give more f***s than other people and would rather start a dialogue ABOUT WOMEN COMING FORWARD ABOUT BEING RAPED than throw money at one person." C'mon Demi, we're all on the same team here.