It looks like this famous feud has already fizzled!
For those of you who might not remember, The Chainsmokers totally bashed Lady GaGa's single Perfect Illusion in an interview with Rolling Stone.
Related: GaGa Implied Madonna Doesn't Write Songs Or Play Instruments!
And since the DJ duo made the blunt comment to one of the leading music publications, we aren't entirely surprised the blonde heard about their less-than stellar review.
So, when the 30-year-old recently released her new song A-YO, she took to Twitter to call out the hitmakers for their shade!
Now, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall have sat down with NME, and they have nothing but positive things to say about the singer this time around!
Alex raved about her clap back, saying:
"She killed that tweet, it was such an response from her. I love banter, and that was such a clever, witty response. 10/10."
The 31-year-old also admitted that he didn't except his offhand comment to make headlines, adding:
"It was just my opinion, which I thought nobody would give a sh*t about. She can have that victory, I hope her album does incredibly well."
Drew also joked that A-YO was the pop star's own form of retaliation, quipping:
"It's like 'Did you write this ahead of time?' Because it's like the universe aligning just for you to get us."
And, Alex has accepted defeat in their brief banter with GaGa, and is throwing out a peace offering:
"She's super-talented. I'm not a huge listener of her stuff, but what she's done is incredible. I'd be 'I'm really sorry, you won that round, can we go for a drink?'"
But, don't expect him to censor himself in the future:
"It's important to have your opinions and be honest. It's a reason why I love Kanye [West] so much. I don't agree with everything he says, but to be able to stand by your art and things you believe in, no matter what people think, that's an admirable quality a lot of artists don't have."
Ch-ch-check out their full interview (below):
[Image via Nikki Nelson/Andres Otero/WENN.]
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