Avril Lavigne is not happy with Mark Zuckerberg, and here's the part where you make some sort of he's-no-skater-boy! joke.

On Tuesday, Lavigne defended her estranged husband, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, over Twitter (itself a pretty sneaky diss to the guy who founded Facebook) after Zuckerberg made a pretty basic "Nickelback sucks" joke.

Can you imagine speaking out every time someone called Nickelback a terrible band?


Earlier this week, Facebook founder and robotic human Mark Zuckerberg made a proof of concept video for his home AI helper, Jarvis. Jarvis is just like Siri, but it controls your house.

Seriously, does anyone else remember the movie Smart House? Self-aware mansions never end well!

In the video, Zuckerberg made all sorts of corny jokes, and at one point, he asks his robot house to: "Play us some good Nickelback songs."

After a year of coding, here's Jarvis.

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, December 20, 2016

"I'm sorry Mark, I'm afraid I can't do that," says the Facebook founder's automated house, while some terrifying ambient noise blares over the video and everything slows down inexplicably.

Wait for it. Wait for it.

"There are no good Nickelback songs." says Jarvis.

"Good, that was actually a test!"

Lavigne called this an old joke, which it is. She pointed out that Nickelback has sold over 50 million albums, which is crazy, and called Zuckerberg a bully. Does one joke about a band really make you a bully?


Well, he's certainly no Skater B—never mind, we're done here.