Earlier today, deadmau5 pulled no punches when he went at Wildstylez for what he said was Wildstylez jacking "Some Chords" for his song "Straightforward." Before hitting his website to go on a live stream, deadmau5 left the following tweet:

Uh oh. So off to live.deadmau5.com he went... and ended up not being able to master the signature hardstyle kicks:

If you roll in that exercise, plus the other tweets that deadmau5 lobbed at hardstyle favorite Wildstylez and sort of lobbed at the hardstyle scene, you end up with a bunch of angered hardstyle fans. These things happen. As you can see up above, fans and foes alike had their words for deadmau5, so much so that he ended up having to leave the following Facebook post:

And maybe that's the problem. Maybe instead of throwing shots at the hardstyle scene, he should've just kept things about his disgust over Wildstylez and not gone in on that sound. DAD's all about producers standing for what they believe in, especially when it comes to their intellectual property and the perceived infringements on it, but maybe going in on the "hardstyle family" was a bit much. Unless, of course, deadmau5 a) DGAFOS or b) meant it when he went at them. Fair play to him if that's the case.