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10 October 2016, 11:20
Ever made a fool of yourself on Twitter, or said something you shouldn't have? Don't fret - the stars do it too. Twitter went live to the public on 15 July 2006 and since then, it has become the number one method to air those grievances.
POTATO pic.twitter.com/yPPwh3BwNx— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 9, 2016
@Louis_Tomlinson Genuinely made up you like it but we're here to do us best to get u lids out charts & bands in. I promised Ma a jacuzzi see— Catfish&theBottlemen (@thebottlemen) December 19, 2014
@IndyMusic i can live in it, its really enjoyable— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) January 13, 2015
In 2010, former Prime Minister David Cameron announced that he liked The Smiths, prompting Marr to tweet the following… But Dave has refused to acknowledge the "ban" and presumably still throws on Hatful Of Hollow of an afternoon, now he's at a loose end.
David Cameron, stop saying that you like The Smiths, no you don't. I forbid you to like it.— Johnny Marr (@Johnny_Marr) December 2, 2010
Watching Glastonbury... Bands like 'Young Fathers' offend me. Is this talent? Is this musicianship? No. It's shit.— Gareth Gates (@Gareth_Gates) June 27, 2015
The ongoing Twitter soap opera that is Courtney Love has caused her daughter no end of pain, particularly when Love cast aspersions on Dave Grohl for "hitting on" the girl. This nonsense caused Frances Bean to issue a statement saying: Twitter should ban my mother." However, things seem to have thawed a bit between the pair, but as Courtney says:
You'll never find me repeating gossip, so listen carefully the first time...— Courtney Love Cobain (@Courtney) July 12, 2014
Not Twitter, exactly, but its sister app Instagram - the Flaming Lips frontman was fond of posting images of nekkid people, including himself… He was subsequently banned for not adhering to "community standards".
Yesssssss!!! 1 million followers on The Flaming Lips Twitter!! Celebrating with naked selfie !! Thank… http://t.co/I5hfF4z6di— Wayne Coyne (@waynecoyne) February 4, 2014
Sorry everybody I got kicked off again, this is my new account... Ill try to play by the rules!!! Come… http://t.co/PB7j2ZDQ10— Wayne Coyne (@waynecoyne) November 14, 2013
In a Battle Of The Mancunian Bass Gods, the Stone Roses man accused the former New Order bassist of profiting from the death of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis: "3 things visible from space, great wall of china, peter hooks wallet stuffed with ian Curtis blood money, man citys empty trophy cabinet!"tweeted Mani. He later apologised and deleted all the nasty comments.
The Cribs frontman had a go at the British rapper after the latter reportedly "tried it on" with Jarman's girlfriend, Kate Nash during a tour in Autumn 2010. The jibes went backwards and forwards, but this was the most barbed, coming at a time when Johnny Marr was Cribs guitarist:
Ryan Jarman there's a legend in your band. It's not you.— Professor Green (@professorgreen) October 14, 2010