Deadmau5 Challenges Aaron Carter To Video Game Battle
It all started when Aaron Carter posted a video on Instagram. The quick clip shows the singer jamming to a familiar beat in his home studio. At first the singer did not caption the post and Deamau5 fans began calling Carter out for using the EDM producer's 2012 track "The Veldt."
After the backlash began, Carter captioned the photo writing, "Quick fingers!! Ten minute beat and already sequenced yes it's a veldt remix smh people and your comments lol @deadmau5."
It was a little too late. Deadmau5 tweeted Carter, 'Y u do this?," to which the the singer replied, 'I do remix THIS morning and everyone hood on my st wtf lol homage to @deadmau5 don't hate appreciate."
Next Deadmau5 stepped up challenging the 27-year-old pop singer to a game of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. He tweeted, "alright @aaroncarter let's settle this like men. 1v1, CS:GO aim map .winner gets remix rights, loser cleans winners house, dead serious."
Later Carter simply tweeted that he was going to meet up with his brother Nice in the studio and Deadmau5 replied with, "you dont have time for that s-t. better get on CS and get practicing. you have less than a week."
Watch the Twitter war unfold here.
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