Producer Mark Ronson has lashed out at chart-topping double act The Chainsmokers over their criticism of Lady Gaga's music, insisting they should enjoy their fame while it lasts.
The Poker Face singer made her music comeback in September (16) with Perfect Illusion, the lead single from her album Joanne, but the dance duo were unimpressed, with Alex Pall telling Rolling Stone in an interview in October (16) the song "sucks".
Lady Gaga responded by sharing a link to her new song A-Yo on Twitter, and adding, "#AYO @TheChainsmokers maybe u guys'll like this 1 better," and now Ronson, who worked on the album with the 30-year-old, has waded into the feud by appearing to respond to a message the duo wrote on Twitter, including a middle finger emoji.
"Back to being the charisma-bypassed champions of 2 bar Ableton loops? Well, smash it while it lasts, fellas!!," Ronson wrote along with a link to an article about investing money easily.
The duo responded to Ronson's message by clarifying their original post writing, "@markronson was actually talking about being back in America after Europe but okay."