The subtweet is the perfect way to talk about someone behind their back yet still in their face. It's basically a tech-savvy way of throwing shade, and over time it has proven to be a gender neutral, global phenom. And it's not just you and yours doing it, celebrities are just as bad. In fact, they're probably better at it than you because they're aware that everyone is watching. What follows is a recent history of celebrities subtweeting each other. Some get repeat mentions given their clear affinity for the act. Say Chris Brown and Azealia Banks, which ought to surprise not a single soul reading this list. Nevertheless, everyone listed should try to do better Or not. Hell, I subtweet, too. Sometimes it be's like that.

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