Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran revoked fun on a fake Twitter fight imitating a more serious argument between their fellow female nominees Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj.
The Video Music Awards nominations were announced most recently. It was natural that the competitors had feelings of animosity towards each other. The fans got a firsthand hit of a celebrity feud on Twitter.
Fanks for the 6 VMA nominations, I like moon men— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) July 21, 2015
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Yep! Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran took out their muscle on their Twitter where Bruno was the first to call out to Sheeran when he tweeted "Yo I want in on this twitter Beef!! VMAs is the new WWF!! @edsheeran F--- You!"
Sheeran wasn’t about to say quiet. He responded to Mars in his own way when he tweeted; "any way we do dis you gon' come up short..." followed by "but all my crew know that Bruno has eyebrows dat be uno. And plays Cluedo with SuBo, but you lose coz you blow".
Mars responded with his own Sheeran related insults by tweeting; "That Cut deep..U always know how to sheer me to the core. I can't believe we're Sheeran this in public. How dare u!" it seemed like a lot to go on and there is even a poster that features Mars and Sheeran in a fake WWF poster.
What might interest everyone to know that this celeb Twitter feud was not real. It was fake and intended as a pun to imitate another feud that ensued between two fellow female nominees Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift.
Minaj despite being nominated for the Best Hip Hop Video was not nominated for the Best Video award. Something she took personally saying that is she had been a different colored artist, her video of her hit song Anaconda would have gotten Best Video and Best Choreography but they had not.
Ryan posted a headline of Taylor saying she loves & supports me. But not me saying the same to her. Lol. Their headline says I took a "jab"?— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) July 21, 2015
I'm so glad u guys get to see how this stuff works. Taylor took her music off spotify and was applauded. We launched Tidal & were dragged.— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) July 21, 2015
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The tweets were responded to by Taylor Swift saying that Minaj should make songs about slim bodied girls which could earn her better nominees. Although Minaj had not made any critique on Swift, Swift’s misunderstanding led to a series of clarifications to each other which was ensued by battling comments from both the stars’ fans.