This is Lady Gaga. She's a living pop legend and questionable driver whose album Joanne drops this Friday. BUY IT.
And this is Andrew Taggart and Halsey, who teamed up for the hit song "Closer." Taggart is one half of the freshmen frat bro EDM duo the Chainsmokers.
Earlier this fall, Taggart's bandmate Alex Pall dissed Lady Gaga's lead single "Perfect Illusion" in an interview with Rolling Stone, saying that "it sucks."
This isn't the first time one of the Chainsmokers has said something douchey in an interview.
Fast forward to today. Gaga dropped her second single from Joanne, titled "A-Yo," and directly acknowledged the Chainsmokers' negative response to "Perfect Illusion" in the process.
The duo replied to Gaga from their joint account, seeming to make up for their previous slight.
Halsey (who, as you remember, collaborated on the Chainsmokers' biggest hit to date) also replied to Lady Gaga twice, praising her influence and calling her one of her "idols."
Gaga even returned the love!
Things seemed all well and good in the world of pop music. Then it appears Taggart tweeted something really gross at Halsey, saying "fuck you bald bitch" after she replied to Gaga. You can see it at the bottom of the screenshot.
The tweet was quickly deleted, and Drew claimed it was fake at first...
...but this clip seems to prove otherwise.
Shortly afterward, Drew backtracked on his previous story and said his account was actually hacked.
But then a series of equally disturbing tweets was sent out from his account and then quickly deleted. Warning: They contain graphic language.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it also looks like Halsey has unfollowed Taggart on Twitter.
So what the hell just happened?
Some fan accounts purported that Taggart first tweeted derogatory comments at Halsey and then, as a result of the ensuing backlash, decided to tweet further obscenities to make it seem like he was actually hacked.
Or Taggart could be telling the truth and he was actually hacked.
Whatever just happened, let's hope this mess gets cleaned up fast.