Miley Cyrus and Sinead OConnor
Sinead O'Conner has hated Miley Cyrus
for years. Though Miley has taken the high road during the feud since their last confrontation in 2013, Sinad slammed the Bangerz
singer in an interview with The Daily Mail, claiming that her behavior is what inspires child trafficking.
Iggy Azalea and Eminem
You know youve made it in Hollywood when Eminem
threatens or brutally insults you via song. For Iggy Azalea
, this meant Shadys new song Vegas, in which he raps Put that s*** away Iggy. You dont wanna blow that rape whistle on me. Scream! I love it. Appalled by her little brothers favorite rapper
taking aim against her, Iggy tweeted her disappointment
and Eminem apologized(?)
, again via song.
Lorde and Diplo
tweeted a campaign to fund a new booty for Taylor Swift
, Taylors 18-year-old BFF Lorde
came to her swift defense, asking Diplo whether fans should do something about his tiny penis while theyre at it. Lorde and Diplo forged a friendship earlier this year, working together on the Mockingjay
soundtrack among other things. Lorde later said of the incident, "I love Wes and he's a big brother to me and one of my first friends in the industry, and part of having a friendship with someone like that is not letting them say stupid shit." Boom. No more beef.
Sun Kil Moon and War On Drugs
And the award for the most obnoxious and uneccesary feuder of the year goes to Mark Kozelek! The Sun Kil Moon
frontman began his mission to mock War On Drugs
at Hopscotch Music Festival, where the latter bands set apparently was drowning out Sun Kil Moons sound. Furious, Kozelek called the music beer commercial guitar and culminated his rage in a song called The War on Drugs Can Suck My Fucking Dick
. He continued to antagonize the band to no response until much later, when WoDs Adam Granduciel called him a douche in an interview. Kozelek turned the interview into a spoken-word blues song
that no one cares about because weve all pretty much agreed hes a waste of time.
Ariana Grande and The Right Side Of Her Face
Grande's elusive other half has been seen by neither man nor beast, leaving us all to wonder: where has it gone and why, god, why didn't it take her personality with it?
Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj
We all want to believe this has something to do with booty circumference, but alas, it does not. In an acceptance speech at the BET Awards
, Nicki Minaj
prided herself on writing her own rhymes, which some took as a slight against Iggy, who is rumored not to have written her own hits. Both rappers have denied any bad blood, blaming the media for blowing comments out of proportions.
U2 and Everyone with an iTunes account
s infamous invasion into your friendly neighborhood iPhone did not go unpunished. Apple had to publish step-by-step instructions showing users how to delete the bands album Songs of Innocence
. Sinad OConnor even went so far as to liken her fellow Irishmen terrorists
Bette Midler and Ariana Grande
In an interview with The Telegraph
, Midler criticized Ariana Grande
s video and stage performances, saying It's terrible! It's always surprising to see someone like Ariana Grande with that silly high voice, slithering around on a couch, looking so ridiculous. Ariana, apparently, took offense to this, and used her terrifying 21st century diva powers to elicit this apology from Bette:
Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo
After three years of dating and a hit song about her called Marry Me, Jason Derulo broke up with Jordin Sparks over the phone. The two were very vocal
after the split, but neither claimed that there was any bad blood, just awkwardness.
Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks
Something about Iggy Azalea must make her an easy target. On top of her many other feuds this year, Azealia Banks
called her out on Twitter in the wake of a New York grand jury decision
not to indict the officer responsible for Eric Garners death, saying its funny to see people Like Igloo Australia silent when these things happen... Black Culture is cool, but black issues sure aren't huh? Iggy responded by suggesting ways to get involved
with social causes other than tweeting about them.