They may be pretty on the outside, but they love to fight dirty.
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Let the digital duels begin...
We don't condone fighting, but you've got to admit a good Twitter war between two stars (or even hasbeens) from time to time can be pretty <a href="http://www.mensfitness.com/topics/celebrities"target=_blank>entertaining.... What ever happened to, "I'll have my people call your people?" Haven't they ever heard of a phone? Welcome to the digital age, friends. Here's how some of our favorites very publicly hashed it out on social media, for all the world to enjoy...err, see.
Rather than just sit there confused like the rest of us, Sinead O’Connor decided to pen an open letter to Miley Cyrus after seeing her Wrecking Ball video. “The music business doesn’t give a s*** about you,” she warned the fallen Disney star, expressing concern for her future. While she was trying to be helpful, Miley fired back by making fun of O’Connor’s mental health issues and comparing her to Amanda Bynes. Back and forth they went, publically exchanging letters and tweets instead of just picking up a phone. Today, O’Connor is more grateful rather than bitter, since she now feels the feud helped start a conversation about mental illness.
After Jimmy Kimmel spoofed Kanye’s BBC interview on his show, Yeezus went off on a Twitter rant, saying Kimmel was out of line, his face looks crazy and that Sarah Silverman is a thousand times funnier than him. Talk about not being able to take a joke. The two finally made up when Kanye stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk things out. We’re pretty sure they’re cool now, since the host admitted he only did it because he likes to see kids curse and it gave West a little more time to talk about something he really cares about - himself.
Joan Rivers is known for making controversial comments, but after Rihanna told Oprah that she still loved Chris Brown, the comedian tweeted “Rihanna confessed to Oprah Winfrey that she still loves Chris Brown. Idiot! Now it's MY turn to slap her.” Rihanna, who was assaulted by Brown back in 2009, clearly didn’t find that one funny and responded to Rivers remark with “wow u really do get slow when you're old huh?” Rivers went on to cite statistics…along with asking Rihanna to come on her show, Fashion Police, sometime.
You might know a few people who have made statuses bashing exes post-breakup and it’s not that uncommon for celebrities to do the same. After splitting from Rita Ora, Rob Kardashian aired their dirty laundry, tweeting that Ora cheated on him with 20 guys. She fought back by some people handle splits differently and that you should probably be forced to take an exam before you tweet. Uhh...no thanks, and a text message probably would have sufficed.
Max from The Wanted vs Zayn Malik from One Direction
A good boy band fight is always pretty hilarious. This one, between Max from The Wanted and Zayn Malik from One Direction is no different. At first, it started out pretty PG - calling eachother "geek" and seemingly joking around - but things took a turn for the worst when one called the other a wannabe, bandmates got involved, and the One DIrection kid referred to Max as "chlamydia boy." Whoa. Just whoa.
Forget Mad Men - last year, it was a woman who was mad at Jon Hamm. In an interview, he called Kim Kardashian a "f***ing idiot," saying that's what is rewarded in today's world. Kardashian snapped back by giving him a brief, 140 character version of her resume and calling the comment "careless." Hamm later claimed that quote was taken out of context and that he was only referring to the reality star's public image - whatever that means.