Hell hath no fury like a Deadmau5 wronged — even if technically, he started it. Your EDM reports that in a recent radio interview (which can be watched in full at the end of this article), Skrillex called the perpetual Twitter firestarter an "asshole" after the producer born Joel Zimmerman parodied a Jack Ü track earlier this summer, which can be heard here. Deadmau5 then torched not just Skrillex, but a Twitter user who dared get involved. Since his rants tend to run long, choice tweets have been embedded below. dont really give a fuck tbh. https://t.co/UU9WaZgTo4 — deadmau5 (@deadmau5) August 12, 2015 at the end of the fucking day, if im "miserable / moody / negative" then thats just me dealing with or not dealing internal shit. — deadmau5 (@deadmau5) August 12, 2015 yes. im aware that i can be a fucking diva. yes i am aware than i have more than one complex. very fucking aware. — deadmau5 (@deadmau5) August 12, 2015 so YES @skrillex im SUPER SAD im not as cheerful, and
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