It’s always interesting to see celebrities hash out their differences on a social network platform, but the most recent war on twitter was against singers The Dream and The Weeknd. The heated discussion was labeled as in R&Beef, which kicked off when the Weeknd heard about The Dreams comments during his tour in New York City at S.O.B’s. The Dream told a sold out crowd, “I haven’t done a show in close to two years. And ever since then, there’s like, four n*ggas that sound like me now. I’m just being honest.” So the weeknd took to Twitter with a straight shot at Terius Nash (The Dreams Twitter) by subtweeting, “Hamburglar lookin’ A$ N***a.”
Once The Dream caught wind of the situation he countered, “Like my father said, ‘say your piece son. If a man feel uncomfortable enough a cheat, and a liar will identify [himself.]‘ Amen. Now I know for sure,” he stated. “I said I was honest not petty. I’m going to support the movement where if you can’t say it in person don’t say it. Nothing but love from here lil’ homie. Don’t get fooled or tricked and try to come up on a N***a like me , won’t work just do you if you truly are then what we talkin about. Now I’m going to leave it at that. “
By this time all the fans and instigators were tuned in on this classic display of R&Beef, so The Dream concluded the war by saying, “Y’all better quit hypin niggas up. [You] can’t beef by yourself. Beef would have to mean insecurity [or] jealousy. Two things I know nothing about, I’m dope!” I’m pretty sure everybody will be paying very close attention to the tweets of both singers. Do you think this R&Beef will last? Tell us what you think.