Kanye West is at the center of another Twitter feud, this time with Canadian DJ Deadmau5.
The conflict started when Deadmau5 (real name Joel Zimmerman) accused West of not being able to afford Serum, a synthesizer software, when some Twitter users spotted a Pirate Bay tab open in one of the rapper's tweets.
For those who don't know, Pirate Bay is a website used to share and download torrents that typically provide access to illegal versions of copyrighted content.
"What the f--- @kanyewest … Can't afford serum? D---," Deadmau5 tweeted, adding in a separate tweet, "Lets start a Kickstarter to help @kanyewest afford a copy of Serum."
The software costs $189.
I need you to perform at her party with specifically a minnie mouse dead-mow-five head… not a mickey mouse dead-mow-five head.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 2, 2016
I’m very detailed oriented and I will know the difference so don’t try to just throw a bow on the original head…— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 2, 2016
Always one to speak is mind, West – who has vocally opposed the torrent sharing website – lashed back at Zimmerman, 35, asking him to perform at his daughter North's birthday party.
No shit. All I'm seeing is a shit attempt to derail it. https://t.co/UDmcU9AvsU— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) March 2, 2016
We've already settled that one out of court. The more you know! https://t.co/A9uWMsWhkF— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) March 2, 2016
BUY MY SHIT! https://t.co/1AXj0ooylJ— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) March 2, 2016
"Do you do birthday parties?? My daughter loves minnie mouse…," West, 38, wrote on Twitter, continuing, "Can you please bring the minnie mouse head … not yours she specifically likes minnie mouse …"
Referencing the Chicago native's years old spat with Taylor Swift, Zimmerman replied with, "Imma let you finish… But you should probably be saving the money for a 4th grade education."
The men kept with the back and forth for some time after, with West continuing to taunt the DJ with requests for a party performance for North, and Zimmerman going toe to toe with some fans who backed the Yeezy creator.