Ryan Murphy, take notes: you’ve just been given more material to work with in the event you proceed with Feud: Red Hair, White Ladies, and Twitter Blue. Susan Sarandon and Debra Messing fought over politics in 2016, got back into it in 2017, and they’re still fighting in 2018.
I guess that means she knows her now? A couple of months ago, Lil’ Kim didn’t want to answer questions about Nicki Minaj. But hot on the heels of the release of Nicki’s new album Queen, Kim decided to talk about their feud and she kept the shade subdued and gentle.
Pull up a chair by the fireside, it’s time for Kathy Griffin to regale us with another dramatic story from her Big Book of Famous People Feuds. She’ll just flip past the chapters titled Anderson Cooper, Andy Cohen, Demi Lovato, Kevin Hart, and the Secret Service, all the way to the one marked Ellen DeGeneres. If there was even the slightest chance Ellen might bury the hatchet and dance with Kathy on her show, it’s definitely dropped down to 0% now.
Drake has inadvertently instigated a feud between Kim Kardashian West and the rapper Rhymefest over a charity Kanye West and Rhymefest founded called Donda’s House. Well, it’s called Donda’s house right now, but they are about to change their name in order to distance themselves from the house of Kardashian-West. Kardashian-West, you say? Well there goes the neighborhood.
Kim Zolciak’s face is like a cubist painting; you truly see what your mind wants to see. Personally when I look at Kim, I see the new money cousin of Mrs. Toad from Thumbelina. Marlon Wayans looked at Kim’s face during the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion show on Sunday, and said on Instagram that it gave him flashbacks to his 2004 movie White Chicks. Usually when someone compares a person to White Chicks, they can either lean into it, like Iggy Azalea did, or they can feel deeply insulted and take it as a read. Kim chose the second.
One of my favorite feuds of the modern era is the beef between teriyaki glazed Hawaiian meatball Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and spicy Sicilian meatball Vin Diesel. It started with a shady whisper of “candy-ass” on Instagram and escalated to a showdown in The Rock’s trailer on the set of The Fate of The Furious. In an interview with Rolling Stone, The Rock confirmed what many had suspected, that he and Vin didn’t actually shoot any scenes together for F8 due to their differing philosophies on candy (The Rock prefers gummy worms, Vin likes a jaw breakers) and asses (bubble and pancake respectively).