It all started in 2010 when a guy named Matthew wrote a GCSE essay about grime music. When Matthew received his GCSE result for the essay, he decided to tweet grime artist JME with his results.
"I just thought it was funny because I got an A from writing about grime," Matthew told BuzzFeed. "Didn't really expect him to respond".
But then he did.
Matthew and JME have never met in person, but when Matthew and his friends were playing on Xbox Live, they ended up playing against JME, Shorty, and their friends.
Two years after his GCSEs, Matthew decided it would be funny to reply to the same tweet with his A-level results.
And JME, being the kind, supportive soul that he is, replied AGAIN.
Matthew told BuzzFeed: "A couple of weeks after graduating I thought, This will be hilarious if I find that convo from years ago and reply now. So I did."
And, you guessed it, JME (the fairy godfather of grime) replied again.
People on Twitter found it hilarious.
"It was just banter about tweeting him when my first child is born," Matthew said. "I'm not into the whole kids-and-marriage charade as it stands."
"I guess if I ever achieve something notable again I will continue the convo. Maybe when I make my first million."