By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
Let the R&B beef cook. Mysterious singer, The Weeknd, took to Twitter earlier today to air his grievances out about fellow crooner The-Dream: "ham burglar lookin’ a-- ni---…ll i need are my brothers and my fans… f--- the bulls---. just gimme that gat damn allderdice god damm it! i’m too turnt up right now!! this ni--- is so hood, he thinks my name is the weekender…i was raised old fashioned, you get at me, i get at you… ain’t no sideways s--- about it…"
The-Dream responded with his own lengthy rant in return, a portion of it being: "Like my father said. Say ur piece son if a man feel uncomfortable enough a cheat, and a liar will identify his self. Amen. Now I know 4 Sure. I said I was Honest not petty. Joke all you want. Grown Man. Love killed Hate. I’m going to support the movement where if u 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 nigga like me , won’t work just do you if u truly are then what we talkin bout. Now ima leave it at that. Ill call ya phone if you wanna chop it up or if you feel a way."
When The-Dream visited "RapFix Live" last month, he was asked whether he had issues with the Toronto crooner for sharing his signature musical style, but denied having any issues. "No, it's not a beef record to the Weeknd," The-Dream said, responding to a fan-submitted Twitter question about whether Dream's 2011 "Ghetto" was aimed at the singer. "We don't know each other, so you can't really beef with somebody you don't know."