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Looks like Lady Gaga still has her dukes up after that Die Antwoord fight.
Two weeks after slamming the South African band for killing her off in one of their music videos, the Queen of Twitter has taken to the social networking site again to call out musician Calvin Harris for dissing her.
In a new interview with BBC Breakfast, the Scottish DJ (who wrote "We Found Love" for Rihanna last year) claimed he refused to work with Gaga after she emailed him some music in 2008.
"It was before she was very, very big," he said. "They sent me some songs and I didn't really like the songs so that's OK. They didn't send me any of the big songs."
Harris claimed he didn't regret his decision because he was working with Dizzee Rascal at the time. But Gaga had something to say about it.
"Seems to be trendy lately to talk shit about 'lady gaga' when your albums/singles drop," she tweeted. "Y'all should live off your own hustle. #Ido."
Harris seemed shocked by the post, because he tweeted, "Jeez you turn down one remix in 2008 and next thing the whole world's on your back."
But Gaga wasn't done. She wanted to make it clear that she, "never even emailed you @calvinharris I guess it's hard to believe I write + produce my music."
Realizing there had been a communication breakdown somewhere down the line, Harris clarified the comments he made on the BBC.
"@ladygaga no your label emailed me," he tweeted. "I always make sure I say Im a fan when asked about it, I apologise if I offended u, wasn't the intention."
The "Born This Way" singer quickly wrote back, "thanks for the apology &explaining. My apologies too. Congratulations on your album. Wish you well. Cheers."
Harris is no stranger to Twitter spats. The 28-year-old music producer got into hot water with Katy Perry last year when he cancelled his plans to tour with her.
"Calvin Harris will NOT be joining in on the fun and has CANCELLED last minute," Perry tweeted.
He explained to her followers that he had only pulled out because of the lack of production on stage.
"It's fine, I'm used to you cancelling on me, it's become ur staple!" she tweeted back.
Harris was once again the first one to take the high road, tweeting, "Her show is AWESOME, you'll have an amazing time without me. (especially w/o me DJing on a cardboard box in front of a pink curtain)."