Diplo and Zedd are at it again.
On Tuesday morning, the super-producers reignited their longstanding beef after DJ Max Vangelis accused Diplo of dismissing him at a recent concert in Hong Kong.
Btw the biggest pussy dick in the game is @diplo I fly out to Hong Kong to support your pussy ass show and open for you and all you give me is “oh cool” and turn around and talk to another hoe with your Herpy Dick. Fuk off you clown ass bitch. Skrill left your ass for a reason— Max Vangeli (@maxvangeli) June 12, 2018
For some reason, Zedd decided to inject himself into the drama by co-signing Vangelis’ tweet with the following message:
100% truth.— Zedd (@Zedd) June 12, 2018
Diplo, of course, immediately responded by issuing an apology to Vangelis—an apology that seemed to be wrapped in shade.
. @maxvangeli sorry bro when you asked for my autograph in Hong Kong I honestly thought you were just a fan I didn't know you had also played the show really early, my bad . Good luck with everything ! 💓— diblo (@diplo) June 12, 2018
The L.A.-based producer then posted a screenshot of a Twitter notification indicating Zedd had blocked him. Diplo captioned the post with a threat that alluded to the recent Pusha-T vs. Drake feud: “I'm gonna give @Zedd 24 hours to delete his Twitter account or im going full Pusha T on him.” He also slid in a quick Thanos meme, because why not.
“The Story of Zeddidon” pic.twitter.com/WE9TNHZoOH— diblo (@diplo) June 12, 2018
“Mr.Diblo I don’t feel so good” pic.twitter.com/XWWEoCzWMS— diblo (@diplo) June 12, 2018
Assuming you’ve been awake these past few weeks, you should know that Diplo’s referencing Pusha’s “The Story of Adidon,” a three-minute diss track in which the rapper took shots at Drake’s personal life, including accusations that he was a deadbeat dad to a secret child. The "Story of Adidon” accusations were pretty heavy, which is why many fans and DJs are wondering: What kind of dirt does Diplo have on Zedd?
EDM die-hards know this beef has been going since 2015, when Diplo reviewed Zedd's debut LP True Colors with nothing more than a poop emoji. The feud flared up in the following year, after Zedd teamed up with M&M to create a cover of “The Candy Man” from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Diplo wasn’t impressed by the record, and even accused Zedd of biting Flume’s musical style.
@diplo stop being a jealous little bitch and do us all a favor and just shut the fuck up.— Zedd (@Zedd) March 22, 2016
Thank you. :-)