Blake Shelton wins for weirdest insult ever hurled at a random person on Twitter.

Blake Shelton wins for weirdest insult ever hurled at a random person on Twitter.
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Being a songwriter, Blake Shelton sure has a way with words. From the man who brought you the songs "Cotton Pickin' Time" and "Kiss My Country Ass" comes a flurry of bizarre tweets against some stupid rando who dare say she doesn't like his music. Although she woman has since deleted the rude tweets that instigated Shelton's take down, Entertainment Tonight was able to get a hold of what she said.

Blake Shelton wins for weirdest insult ever hurled at a random person on Twitter.
Grab your popcorn.
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It all started when tweeter @LoriDBaker reached out to Shelton and said, "@blakeshelton I ‘used to love you’ not so much anymore. I turn off the radio at work when any of ur songs come on. Can’t stand u anymore." Of course, "Used to Love You" is the name of girlfriend's Gwen Stefani's new song. Sick burn, Lori. This is how Shelton responded, with the sarcasm power of 100 teenaged girls:

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@LoriDBaker, for whatever reason, decided to fire back at the country star for all this devout 17.3 million Twitter followers to see. She responded by saying that Shelton had "changed and not in a good way." Shelton, not giving a f-ck about some lady and her dumb opinions, then responded with this Tweet:

He also added:

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Blake Shelton wins for weirdest insult ever hurled at a random person on Twitter.
Shelton is not a Pringles spokesperson.
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After another exchange with the now infamous @LoriDBaker, Shelton decided to block the user and go to bed:

Wait, he had one more thing to say even weirder than the Pringles comment before he put this whole Twitter argument behind him:

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A warm cup of...camel balls? A cup of them? Is this a drink? Did he mean these weird disgusting gumballs called Camel Balls? Wow, that is definitely a creative way to tell your haters to suck it. Maybe he should write a song about it.

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