The 17-year-old Chicago rapper didn't play nice, but Perry did.
He deployed a Jurassic Park joke this time.
“[Tarantino] places music in his films without coherence."
"I could do a whole song about it."
In which Shia calls Alec chief. Alec does not like this.
"I don’t think he’s in a good position to be giving interpretations of what the theater is and what the theater isn’t."
"I just think she's very, very happy to be Anne Hathaway."
That's why they call him Shia "the Beef."
"I had every fact checked with five independent individuals."
"His stories and songs are mixed up."
She called her "plastic."
"I do it for the mony and the swag."
As you'd expect.
Taking the high road, then.
He was "very moved and troubled," to be clear.
At a recording studio in L.A.
Unless they get his songs on the radio pretty damned soon.
They've each released diss tracks already.
He was mean to Manny Pacquiao.
"I never said anything about her music."
"Maybe I spoke out of turn. But a racist I'm not, Nicki."
It got messy fast.
Not even six of them.