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v=74TFS8r_SMI) "Donald Trump" YouTube video was posted in 2011, for some reason Trump decided to enter into a Twitter war with Miller on Thursday, repeatedly calling the rapper "little" in a series of tweets.
Byline: ALANA FEARON MARIAN Keyes sparked a Twitter war by calling for a national stone a priest day.
Sydney, Nov 29 ( ANI ): Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has been caught in a Twitter war after telling French Vogue that her generation had no need for feminism.
Considering her latest reality TV appearance on Survivor India has seen as cold a response as for the show itself, she sparked off a Twitter war with tarot card reader Munisha Khatwani.
Ayesha Takia vs Siddharth Mallya When: February 7 What: Virtual violence as they indulge in a Twitter war over employee misconduct.
And 29-year-old Imogen has had a Twitter war of words with CBB contestant and glamour model Nicola McLean.
The remarks in television interviews that racist abuse on the field should be settled by a handshake led to a Twitter war of words between Blatter and England defender Rio Ferdinand today.
The remarks in television interviews that racist abuse on the field should be settled by a handshake led to a Twitter war of words between Blatter and England defender Rio Ferdinand.