After being ridiculed by South African rap duo Die Antwoord in their video "Fatty Boom Boom," we thought Lady Gaga would be taking a break from Twitter beef, but it's only just begun.
The "Born This Way" singer isn't taking anymore slander from any other artists, which landed her in a war of words with Scottish DJ Calvin Harris on Twitter.
The Scottish DJ responsible for Rihanna's "We Found Love" and the smash hit "Sweet Nothing" featuring Florence Welch, found himself in a bit of trouble after he got a little too candid during a BBC interview.
During his BBC interview, Calvin Harris was asked why he turned down working with Lady Gaga and he responded:
“I was busy, though.”
Busy is one thing, but Calvin didn't stop there. He also stated:
“You’ve got to pick people whose songs or voice that you like, and at that stage, it was before she was very, very big,” Harris said. “They sent me some songs and I didn’t really like the songs, and that’s okay. They didn’t send me the big songs. It was, ‘Will you work on these album tracks, please?’”
Lady Gaga got wind of his shade and lashed out at him on Twitter tweeting:
It seems like Lady Gaga slightly buried the misunderstanding on Twitter, but we'll see how long this lasts.