When Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill responded to Glee creator Ryan Murphy's attack on KOL for their refusal to license their songs for the popular FOX show, he was the latest in a long line of artists who've used Twitter as a way to air their uncensored opinions 140 characters at a time.
Here, SPIN looks back at the funniest and most outrageous text wars that have erupted on the popular social media service.
Artists dependent on tradition as muse and subject gamble on fate. Eventually the marketplace will deal — so they think. Well, Dwight Yoakam has won twice. After a hell of an '80s run, he spent the '90s in Hollywood and released distracted albums before 2003’s superb Population Me marked his return. The revelation was 2012’… More »