Grab your popcorn and join Wonderwall.com as we get a front-seat look at the biggest feuds in Hollywood in 2018… starting with one of the most jaw-dropping fights of the year. On Sept. 7, reigning rap queens Nicki Minaj and Cardi B attended the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party during New York Fashion Week and got into a physical altercation after Cardi threw a high heel at Nicki. She later took to Instagram to call Nicki out, with Nicki weighing in on the incident on her Apple Music "Queen Radio" show, calling the ordeal "so mortifying and so humiliating." Despite the bad blood, the two eventually agreed to a truce … for now.
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Donald Trump vs. Taylor Swift
Look what Taylor Swift made Donald Trump do. The singer shared a lengthy Instagram post on Oct. 7, publicly sharing her political opinions for the first time, dissing Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn's voting history and endorsed Democratic candidates Phil Bredesen for Senate and Jim Cooper for the House of Representatives in her home state of Tennessee. Of course, the Republican president — who'd previously praised Taylor as "fantastic" and "terrific" — was none too pleased with her comments. The following day, he told reporters, "Let's say that I like Taylor's music about 25 percent less now." He also insinuated that Taylor had no idea what she was talking about, saying, "Marsha Blackburn is doing a very good job in Tennessee. She's leading now substantially, which she should. … I'm sure Taylor Swift doesn't know anything about her." Taylor was credited with sparking a huge uptick in voter registrations immediately following her post.
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Tommy Lee vs. Brandon Lee
One of the saddest feuds on our list is between Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and his son, Brandon Lee. Their beef began in March when Tommy posted a bloodied, swollen-lip selfie on Instagram with the caption, "My heart is broken. You can give your kids everything they could ever want in their entire lives and they can still turn against you. Good job Brandon! Great son!" Brandon later confirmed he punched his dad, saying it was self-defense. The feud reignited on social media throughout the year, and seemed to show no sign of stopping.
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Katy Perry vs. Taylor Swift
Well, they've finally buried the hatchet! Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have been feuding for what feels like forever (as proof, note that this 2010 photo is one of the only pics of the two of them that exists). But not anymore! On May 8, Katy sent Taylor a literal olive branch with a handwritten note, which Taylor shared on Instagram. T. Swift was apparently touched by Katy's sweet gesture and said, "This means so much to me."
Kendall Jenner vs. all the models
This year Kendall Jenner feuded with… the modeling world!? The backlash happened after Kendall gave an interview to Love Magazine in August in which she talked about balancing her career and personal life, saying, "Since the beginning we've been super-selective about what shows I would do. I was never one of those girls who would do, like, 30 shows a season …" The response to Kendall's interview was fast and furious, with many models weighing in criticizing her privileged comments. Days later, Kendall responded via Twitter, claiming her words were "twisted" and "taken out of context."
Jeff Lewis vs. Jenni Pulos
Say it isn't so! Longtime BFFs and "Flipping Out" co-stars Jenni Pulos and Jeff Lewis ended their more than 20-year friendship in a dramatic way. The two's fall-out was filmed on their reality show, and included claims that Jenni filed a complaint against him for "abuse and victimization" and, later, "wrongful termination," with Bravo. Jeff's contract subsequently was not renewed — marking the end of the "Flipping Out" era. For her part, Jenni denied filing any such claims.
Bethenny Frankel vs. Carole Radziwill
"The Real Housewives of New York City" stars Carole Radziwill and Bethenny Frankel went from friends to frenemies during Season 10 of their Bravo series. Bethenny accused Carole of becoming distant, while Carole fumed over Bethenny's claims that her on-off boyfriend Adam Kenworthy didn't offer free photography for charity. Fortunately for drama-loving Bravo fans, their friendship seemed to unravel on camera — culminating in an intense finale special and Carole ultimately leaving the show.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" vs. Lisa Vanderpump
New York "Housewives" stars aren't the only ones feuding over at Bravo. It turns out "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Vanderpump (second from left) is on bad terms with just about all of her castmates. In September, co-stars Erika Jayne and Lisa Rinna (second and third from right) threw shade Lisa's way when they dished that she'd refused to take group photos with the cast. Then fans learned that there was trouble between Lisa and co-star Dorit Kemsley (right) after Dorit adopted and later gave away a dog she rescued from Vanderpump Dogs. Finally, her BFF Kyle reportedly got into a shouting match with Lisa's husband, Ken Todd, leading the couple to say Kyle was never welcome in their home again. Thankfully, fans of the show will get to revel in all this juicy drama when Season 9 airs.
Eminem vs. Machine Gun Kelly
The beef between rappers Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly goes all the way back to 2012. That year, a 22-year-old MGK made comments about Em's then-16-year-old daughter Hailie. In 2018, MGK egged the feud on when he dissed Eminem in his song "No Reason." After ignoring MGK for six years, Eminem shot back on his song "Not Alike," which resulted in a back and forth over raps.
Samantha Ronson vs. Eminem
Eminem's feud with Machine Gun Kelly managed to make a lot of people mad, including DJ Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan's one-time love. The reason? It all had to do with Em's lyrics in "Killshot." Along with taking aim at MGK, Em's opening line of the track also threw shade at Rihanna, which angered Samantha. In September the DJ tweeted, "Why can't Eminem make a diss record that isn't misogynistic or homophobic? He's one of the best out there, it's lazy."
Jenelle Evans vs. Kailyn Lowry
The long-simmering feud between "Teen Mom 2" stars Jenelle Evans and Kailyn Lowry boiled over on Twitter in February when Kailyn criticized Jenelle's wedding, which was featured on the show. A lot of back and forth ensued on social media between the two throughout the year, involving drug use, mugshots, and allegations of hooking up with exes and abortions. Yikes!
Katt Williams vs. Tiffany Haddish
This beef started off bitter but ended on a happy note. In September, comedian Katt Williams complained about "Night School" star Tiffany Haddish during a radio interview, claiming the actress and fellow comedian wasn't funny and hadn't earned her success. Tiffany refused to stoop to his level, tweeting in response: "It's official I made it!@KattPackAllDay talked about me and didn't have his facts right! #Iwin #sheready I look forward to seeing you on Monday Katt, when we pick up our Emmys. I just want to shower you with REAL Love cause you need it, and I Love you." Her words turned this one-sided feud turned into a friendship days later when Katt bowed down before this comedy queen backstage at the Emmys, letting the world know he was sorry.
Tyson Beckford vs. Kim and Kanye
Model and actor Tyson Beckford body-shamed Kim Kardashian West after seeing a pic of her on Instagram, writing, "Sorry, I don't care for it personally," and "She is not real, doctor f—ed up on her right hip" with a nauseated face emoji. Kim wasted no time clapping back, replying, "Sis, we all know why you don't care for it," followed by a cup of coffee and a frog-face emoji (which is code for "but that's none of my business") as well as an emoji of fingernails being painted. Her husband, Kanye West, stood up for his wife, saying, "As far as Tyson Beckford goes, don't speak on my wife, bro." Tyson has continued to troll both Kim and Kanye on social media, sharing several inappropriate photoshopped photos.
Nick Cannon vs. Kanye West
Nick Cannon and Kanye West got into a public disagreement this year when Nick mentioned Yeezy's wife, Kim Kardashian West, in interviews. On VladTV, Nick — who once dated Kim — talked about women in the industry having plastic surgery and described how much he loved Kim's butt before she allegedly had work done. In another interview he supported the theory that the line "Kiki, do you love me…" in Drake's hit single "In My Feelings" is actually about Kim. After that, Kanye posted a series of rants on Instagram, including a video in which he directly addressed Nick asking him to stop mentioning his wife. Nick responded with his own Instagram video, telling Kanye he couldn't tell him what to say. Thankfully, just days later, the duo got on the phone and hashed out their differences, putting an end to their feud.
Pete Davidson vs. Kanye West
Kanye West had another beef brewing and it's with "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson. The feud started on Sept. 29 when the rapper appeared on the season premiere of the series as a musical guest. At the end of the show, Yeezy wrapped up his performance with a lengthy diatribe in support of President Donald Trump while wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. During the speech, he spoke about his political beliefs and said the cast bullied him backstage for wearing the hat. A week later, Pete appeared on a segment of the show's "Weekend Update" as himself, dissing Ye for forcing his political views on the cast and audience. Pete also clarified that no one told Kanye not to wear his MAGA hat before putting his own red cap on that said "Make Kanye 2006 Again."
Pete Davidson vs. Chevy Chase
Chevy Chase gave a Washington Post interview in mid-September in which he dissed Lorne Michaels and voiced his opinions on "Saturday Night Live, and how it's no longer funny. Current cast member Pete gave an interview on "The Howard Stern Show" shortly after and fired back, calling Chevy a "bad, racist person" and calling him "disrespectful" for dissing Lorne, the man behind his career.
Azealia Banks vs. Lana Del Rey
In a body-shaming tweet, Azealia Banks captioned a picture of Lana Del Rey's raised arm with, "Let's talk about arm workouts today!! Example: This is an example of an aging white woman who got work done on her face, and none done on her body (where she needed it most). Let's walk her through some upper arm workout!" This angered Lana, who responded with a series of expletive-filled tweets and suggesting that Azealia knew her address and could come say them to her face. Azealia's response? That she knew all three of Lana's addresses. Uh oh!
Kim Cattrall vs. Sarah Jessica Parker
In 2017, we reported about the tension between "Sex and the City" stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall concerning Kim's reluctance to participate in a "SATC 3" film. Both ladies seemed to minimize the damage from their falling out, but in February, Kim made it clear there was definitely bad blood. Following the death of Kim's brother that month, she posted a scorching Instagram response after Sarah Jessica offered her condolences, accusing her of being cruel and exploiting her family's tragedy. For her part, Sarah Jessica continues to deny any catfight, insisting the two have never fought.
Sacha Baron Cohen vs. Roy Moore
What happens when you mix a notoriously naughty comedian and some unwitting politicians? A feud worth millions. During filming of Sacha Baron Cohen's 2018 Showtime series "Who Is America?," the prankster landed himself in hot water with Alabama senate nominee Roy Moore. Wearing a disguise and using a fake Israeli accent, Sacha pretended to be anti-terrorism expert General Erran Morad as he talked with Roy about advances in Israeli technology, including a wand that can detect pedophiles. Demonstrating the wand's effectiveness, Sacha first used it on himself and then waved it over Roy's body, where it proceeded to beep. The politician ended their interview shortly after and before the episode even aired, filed a lawsuit for defamation against both Sacha and the network after he learned of the deception.
Debra Messing vs. Susan Sarandon
In 2016, Debra Messing and Susan Sarandon went to war after Susan revealed her intent to vote for Donald Trump rather than support Hillary Clinton. After a quiet two years, a tweet reignited their old feud. It all went down on Sept. 11 when Variety quoted Susan saying, "Donald Trump has, if anything, inspired more women and people of color to run for office." The mere suggestion that Trump deserved credit for anything positive infuriated Debra, who's long been an ally to immigrants, the LGBTQ community and women. In a series of tweets, Debra attacked Susan and called her a "self righteous narcissist." She later told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" that if given the choice, she'd rather ride in an elevator with Donald Trump over Susan.
Jim Bellino vs. Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador
Former "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Alexis Bellino's ex-husband, Jim Bellino, has a bone to pick with housewives Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador. He's suing them for speaking negatively about him in interviews, saying things like his divorce from Alexis was "fake," that patrons at his trampoline business were getting injured and that he was "going to jail." Jim's seeking damages of more than $1 million from each of the women. In response, both Tamra and Shannon have claimed they were merely sharing their opinions and that by doing so, they haven't caused him any personal or professional damages.
50 Cent vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Rapper 50 Cent and boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. took the gloves off during their most recent public feud. In May 50 got mad at Floyd for hiring singer Teairra Mari for an appearance at his strip club, after she sued 50. Floyd then reminded 50 that he was being a hypocrite, having befriended Shantel Jackson, who'd sued Floyd. The feud then took a nasty turn, with the two trading blows — Floyd calling 50 a washed-up rapper whose own son wants nothing to do with him and 50 claiming Floyd had an affair with late rapper Earl Hayes' wife, Stephanie Moseley, which led to the murder-suicide that took both of their lives in 2014. 50 later shared a police report Floyd's son wrote years earlier that included allegations of seeing his father hit and kick his mother. Bringing the kids into the fight wasn't smart on Fiddy's part as his own estranged son, Marquise Jackson, joined the feud by sharing pictures of himself talking with Floyd, calling the boxer "my uncle." With all the back and forth, it seemed certain these former friends' relationship was K.O.'d but in July 50 lovingly referred to Floyd as his "little brother" — making us all scratch our heads and wonder what's going to happen next.
Paris Hilton vs. Lindsay Lohan
If you thought the drama between hotel heiress and DJ Paris Hilton and former child star Lindsay Lohan was over, think again. Back in December 2017, Paris ignited their more than decade-old feud when she spoke about the night she, LiLo and Britney Spears were famously seen together in a car, claiming, "It was just Brit and I out, and then she just, like, chased us to the car and got in… She wasn't invited." Later that year when Paris was informed that Lindsay was set to star in a new reality show with MTV, Paris did offer her support, saying, "Good luck to her. I wish her the best," before adding that she was "too busy" to watch Lindsay's show.
Frank Ocean vs. Travis Scott
We're happy to report that the feud between musicians Frank Ocean and Travis Scott has a happy-ish ending. The ordeal began weeks before Travis' latest album, "Astroworld," dropped in early August. According to TMZ, Frank, who'd lent his vocals to the song "Carousel," was angry after he listened to the final cut and noticed his part was altered. Frank brought his legal team into the picture and wanted his part of the song cut, sending Travis a cease and desist notice. Thankfully, just a day after news about their supposed beef broke, Frank spoke up on Tumblr, claiming the bad blood had nothing to do with his vocals on the track but, rather, allegations of transphobia stemming from Travis' team removing trans model Amanda Lepore from his album cover. The men had apparently already settled their differences weeks earlier, with Frank chalking it up to a "misunderstanding."
Nicki Minaj vs. Travis Scott
Nicki Minaj's beef with Travis Scott is extra petty and fueled by jealousy. Their feud began in early August when Travis' latest album, "Astroworld," hit the airwaves, debuting at No. 1. Nicki's album, "Queen," dropped just a week later but wasn't able to eclipse "Astroworld," which clearly upset Nicki. Then Travis' girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, took to Instagram to promote his album, supplying a link to buy merchandise along with the caption, "Me and Storm ready for tour," indicating that her millions of devoted fans might be able to catch a glimpse of the makeup maven with their daughter, Stormi, on the road. That angered Nicki, who tweeted, "I put my blood sweat & tears in writing a dope album only for Travis Scott to have Kylie Jenner post a tour pass telling ppl to come see her & Stormi. lol. Im actually laughing. #Queen broke the record of being number 1 in 86 countries. Thank Jesus & thank you to my fans." Though he never spoke up, days later at the MTV Video Music Awards, Travis, who was initially seated with Kylie directly behind Nicki, had their seats moved.
Nicki Minaj vs. Safaree Samuels
Let's file this one under "messy." Nicki Minaj and Safaree Samuels, who reportedly dated for 10 years before breaking up in 2014, got into a heated Twitter feud in August following an interview Nicki did with Funk Flex. She spoke out on Safaree's previous claims that he helped write many of Nicki's earlier albums and went on to accuse Safaree of stealing her credit cards, getting his hairline fixed and using prostitutes while they were together. Safaree denied her accusations, claimed Nicki was cheating on him with Meek Mill years before they broke up and even accused Nicki of stabbing him and nearly killing him during an altercation. Nicki denied all of those claims on Twitter.
Tyga vs. Kylie Jenner
If you want to believe Kylie Jenner's ex-flame Tyga, then it's because of him that the makeup mogul is so famous. While doing an interview with Nicki Minaj on "Queen Radio" in August, Tyga responded to a question about whether or not he "missed" Kylie, "Nah, I'm good love. Enjoy." The question apparently bothered him enough to continue, because he went on to say some not so favorable things about the reality star. While neither Kylie nor her current main squeeze, Travis Scott, have responded to Tyga's claims, Kylie's big sis Kourtney Kardashian didn't hesitate when on Sept. 4, she liked an older video post with the caption "All of us to Tyga when he said he was a reason for Kylie's success."
Jane Fonda vs. Megyn Kelly
Former "Today" show host Megyn Kelly asked 80-year-old Hollywood legend Jane Fonda about the work she's had done to maintain her youthful appearance earlier this year, saying, "Why did you say — I read that you said you felt you're not proud to admit that you've had work done. Why not?" Jane, who was on Megyn's show along with friend and fellow Hollywood star Robert Redford to promote their film "Our Souls at Night," looked taken aback by Megyn's question before responding, "We really want to talk about that now?" The mood clearly shifted and Megyn tried again by complimenting the star. Jane wasn't having it, however and responded cavalierly, "Well, thanks. Good attitude, good posture, take care of myself. But let me tell you why I love this movie we did…" and steered the conversation back to the reason she and Robert were there in the first place. Later that same day, Jane spoke with "Entertainment Tonight Canada" and called Megyn's question "a little bit weird" and noted that she's already spoken publicly about her plastic surgery, which was in no way related to the movie.
Tess Holliday vs. Piers Morgan
Don't come for plus-size model and author Tess Holliday unless you can handle a serious clapback. The oft-embroiled British journalist Piers Morgan decided to body-shame Tess after she appeared on the cover of Cosmopolitan UK, writing on Instagram, "As Britain battles an ever-worsening obesity crisis, this is the new cover of Cosmo. Apparently we're supposed to view it as a 'huge step forward for body positivity.' What a load of old baloney. This cover is just as dangerous & misguided as celebrating size zero models." Tess came after Piers shortly after, telling "Good Morning America" that, unlike Piers, "I don't need to troll people to stay relevant." Perhaps Piers felt he had to prove just how not obsessed with Tess he was by writing the model an open letter in the Daily Mail which included the medical definition for BMI and reminders about how Tess' weight could kill her.
Samantha Markle vs. Duchess Meghan
We're really hoping that 2018 marks the end of the Markle family drama. Since Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's romance was first confirmed, Meghan's older half-sister, Samantha Markle, has repeatedly spoken out against her, calling her sister "narcissistic," "a social climber," and "The Duchess of Nonsense." Samantha even revealed she was writing a memoir titled "The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister," a reported tell-all about her early life with Meghan. Samantha's younger brother (also Meghan's half sibling), Thomas Markle Jr., got in on the drama, penning an open letter to Prince Harry in which he called Meghan a "jaded, shallow and conceited woman." For obvious reasons, neither Thomas Jr. nor Samantha were invited to Meghan's royal wedding. Shortly before their May nuptials, Kensington Palace announced that Meghan's father, Thomas Markle Sr., would walk his daughter down the aisle. Then Thomas was exposed staging paparazzi photos for money, which resulted in a public apologize and announcement that he wouldn't walk Meghan down the aisle after all, saying he'd suffered a heart attack (which some reports alleged wasn't true) and would require surgery.
Justin Bobby vs. Kristin Cavallari and Lauren Conrad
Shortly after we learned "The Hills" had been rebooted with a majority of the cast returning, minus Kristin Cavallari and Lauren Conrad, we also got a mouthful from co-star Justin "Bobby" Brescia. On Aug. 23, the former bad-boy heartthrob said he was "glad" Kristin and Lauren weren't joining the show, saying they "killed the good vibes." The musician and hairstylist even took a dig at former cast member Lo Bosworth, who also won't be returning to the series, saying it was obvious she needed therapy during the original season. To no one's surprise, neither Kristin, Lauren nor Lo have commented on Justin Bobby's remarks.
Olivia Munn vs. Jordan Rodgers
Olivia Munn and Aaron Rodgers split in April 2017, but that hasn't stopped her from talking about her ex's well-known family feud. In a May 2018 interview with Andy Cohen, Olivia talked about Aaron's family troubles, saying, "I don't think either side of the road is clean, but I do think it's not OK when you try to stand on someone's shoulders and then throw dirt in their face, which is what I think [Aaron's family] did with him." Aaron's little brother and "The Bachelorette" contestant Jordan Rodgers was quick to respond, saying, "I have no idea why she's still talking about an ex, I don't get that." The drama between Aaron and his family goes back years and was believed to be caused by Aaron dating Olivia, but even Aaron's own family disputed that myth, calling her a "good luck charm" prior to the couple's split.
Bryan Abrams vs. Mark Calderon of Color Me Badd
Who knew the famed '90s band Color Me Badd was still performing let alone making news with a public beef that left one member in the hospital and another in jail? During a July performance in upstate New York, singer Bryan Abrams (second from right) was reportedly intoxicated and slurred his way through one song before leaving the stage. At the end of the band's set, when singer Mark Calderon (left) was singing their hit "I Wanna Sex You Up," Bryan charged back on the stage and shoved Mark into sound equipment before exiting the stage once more. Mark was taken to the hospital for back and neck pain and Bryan was arrested for assault. Mark later said he was "concerned" about Bryan's health and wouldn't perform with him again until he sought treatment for his drinking problem. Apparently, that happened as the group resumed their touring schedule later that month. Bryan reportedly even wore a shirt for his first post-jail performance that read "I'm sorry Mark."
Teyana Taylor vs. Jeremih
Just days after Teyana Taylor and Jeremih kicked off their "Later That Night" tour, Teyana dropped a bomb on Twitter announcing she was leaving the tour and had been "extremely mistreated." The "Rose in Harlem" singer went on to say that she would "not tolerate disrespect on ANY level" and would perform free for any city not willing to provide a refund to anyone who already bought tickets. She later turned to Instagram, where she posted a story detailing her beef with the singer, saying he'd purposefully messed with her audio and visual equipment before her sets, thanked her for "opening" for him on stage (she was co-headlining the tour) and even left the stage dangerously wet, making it unsafe for her to perform. Teyana then announced she was headlining her own tour. Jeremih never directly addressed Teyana's accusations.
Corinne Olympios vs. Colton Underwood
IIn July "The Bachelor" franchise alum Corinne Olympios spoke out about "The Bachelor" star Colton Underwood's alleged virginity, saying, "Oh god, I don't believe that for a second." The model and actress later addressed this non-issue again, saying, "I don't know, he's really good-looking and I don't think he's a virgin." Colton was later asked what he thought about Corinne discussing his sexual history, to which he coyly replied, "You talked to Corinne?" multiple times while shrugging his shoulders and adding, "That's all I gotta say. You remember last year, right? That's Corinne." Ouch!
Whoopi Goldberg vs. Roseanne Barr
Roseanne Barr learned the hard way that if you come for Whoopi Goldberg, you'd better have the actual receipts. The tension began in May shortly after Roseanne was fired from the reboot of her own show after posting a racist tweet about former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett. In a flurry of "what-aboutism" retweets, Roseanne shared a picture of Whoopi during the Women's March in January 2017 which showed the "The View" host wearing an anti-Trump T-shirt with the president shooting himself in the head. Along with being vile, the shirt wasn't even real — the image covered her actual shirt which said, "And you thought I was a nasty woman before? Buckle up, buttercup." Not only was the shirt's message doctored, but Whoopi had already addressed the problem back in April, making Roseanne's careless retweet of the image even worse. Roseanne later took down the retweet but has yet to publicly apologize to Whoopi.
Cara Mund vs. Gretchen Carlson
All that glitters isn't gold behind the scenes at the Miss America competition. In August, the 2018 reigning Miss America winner, Cara Mund, dropped a few bombshells in an open letter posted on her Facebook page, claiming Miss America chairwoman Gretchen Carlson and CEO Regina Hopper had bullied her. Cara even highlighted predetermined "talking points" she was forced to discuss, which promoted the relevancy of Miss America and highlighted Gretchen's accomplishments, including her involvement in the #MeToo movement and her education at Stanford while denying Cara the opportunity to use her platform for causes she believed in. Gretchen, who was Miss America in 1989, fired back, saying she wanted to discuss the matter with Cara "privately" and was "heartbroken" she chose to air her grievances in such a public way. Gretchen also denied the accusations, which echo previous sentiments from former Miss America winners who once served on the board under Gretchen, claiming she brought a "toxic" culture to the organization.
Aaron Paul vs. Logan Paul
First, you should know former "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul and YouTube celebrity Logan Paul aren't related. Second: They basically hate each other. The drama between the two stars kicked off on Dec. 31, 2017, after Logan infamously uploaded a video of himself and his friends exploring a forest in Japan that is known to have a high rate of suicides. During the video shoot, Logan and his crew encountered a dead body and made highly inappropriate remarks along with laughter. His callous behavior and decision to air the footage caused an immediate backlash from viewers, including Aaron, who tweeted on Jan. 1, "Dear [Logan], How dare you! You disgust me. I can't believe that so many young people look up to you. So sad. Hopefully this latest video woke them up. You are pure trash. Plain and simple. Suicide is not a joke. Go rot in hell." Months later in July, Logan, who has since deleted the video and apologized for posting it, called Paul an "internet bully."
Mo'Nique vs. Lee Daniels
This feud is still going on. Back in 2015, Mo'Nique claimed Lee Daniels "blackballed" her after she asked for more money for press tours following her meager $50,000 paycheck for the wildly successful film "Precious," which caused co-producers Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry to fall out with her too. Lee, tired of Mo'Nique's accusations, told the actress he'd "fought hard" for her to land the coveted role and felt betrayed by her bad-mouthing him and his friends. In 2018, Lee spoke out against Mo'Nique's accusations that he, Oprah and Tyler ruined her career, saying "…It breaks my heart that she feels that we blackballed her. No one blackballed her. Mo'Nique blackballed her. And for her to continue to speak about Oprah and myself and Tyler is disrespectful."
Damon Dash vs. Lee Daniels
"Empire" creator Lee Daniels also has a longstanding beef with entrepreneur and Roc-a-Fella co-founder Damon Dash over money, which took a nasty turn in 2018. Their feud began back in 2003 when Lee reportedly borrowed $2 million from Damon to make the film "Shadowboxer." Instead of paying him back, however, Lee swerved and found success with his next film, "Precious," followed by "The Paperboy" and "The Butler." Damon, still waiting for his repayment, filed a lawsuit against Lee in 2014, alleging the filmmaker still owed him money and neglected to credit him as an executive producer in his recent films, as per their previous agreement. The lawsuit was settled in 2015 but apparently, Lee still never actually paid Damon back. After waiting for years, he had enough. In 2018, he tracked Lee down at a Diana Ross concert where he confronted him about not paying him his money. Lee took ownership of his mistake, saying, "I'm happy to give him his money back even though the movie didn't make money… He deserves his money and so I'm going to work out something for him because I am now in the position now to get it to him… 'cause I think that is the right thing to do."