We are all well aware of the epic battle ground that Twitter represents, and French Montana may been the latest casualty of the social media war.
A woman under the guise of “chill bill” tweeted out her feelings about French Montana, which did not sit well with the rapper. Montana quickly responded with a string of insults, including calling the girl a “musty crusty dusty rusty ass hoe.” The choice words quickly received an onslaught of social media responses and painted French in quite the negative light.
In honor of yet another celebrity twitter rant, here’s a look at some of best meltdowns from the past few years:
5. Bow Wow Tweets Driving Drunk on NYE
While celebrating NYE in 2010, Bow Wow admitted to committing felony drunk driving when he tweeted out, “I’m f–ed up!!! Ohhhh damn. Y i drive the lambo. Chris might have to drive after the next spot.”
4. Kanye West Goes After Wiz
We all know the love triangle of Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West and Amber Rose. But their lengthy Twitter beef went on for some time, although Kanye did eventually admit that Wiz wears cool pants.
3. B.o.B and Neil deGrasse Tyson Exchange Views
Probably not the best idea to get in a twitter war with one of the world most renowned physicists, but that didn't stop rapper B.o.B. While suggesting the earth was flat, the rapper found himself hit with a fury of Tyson facts debating the theory, perhaps leaving B.o.B to take on Stephen Hawking next.
2. When Flying Lotus Took on the Entire Industry
After making waves in the hip hop biz, Flying Lotus decided to share his animosity with the Twitterverse. Though relatively new to the game, FlyLo spoke some truth that raised plenty of eyebrows and stirred plenty of beef.
1. Gucci Mane Goes Off
Hands down, the single greatest twitter beef that was ever simmered came directly from the Trap God himself. In a slew of tweets, Gucci mane went from complaining about attorney fees, to directly calling out Drake and 2 Chainz, and even claimed to have slept with Nicki Minaj. BURR!
In the golden age of social media, there may not be a better time to be alive in the Twitterverse.
Tyler Miller is the type of writer that prefers the typewriter.