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11 July 2012, 10:10
The acts come to blows over the DJ's set at T In The Park this past weekend.
Calvin Harris has been involved in a new feud on Twitter with Reverend And The Makers star John McClure.
The war of words took place last night (10th July) after the 'Bounce' DJ was criticised by the Sheffield based singer over his T In The Park Festival 2012 performance.
After a few words were initially exchanged, John tweeted: "I'm angry Calvin because this country's full of talented musicians whilst u get paid to stand there playing CDs of generic pop."
He continued: "so u work harder then me? It's nowt to do wi rhianna being on ur track or jumping on x factor with a f***** pineapple then?"
The Scottish star responded in a series of tweets, which have since been deleted, but also mentioned he wanted to make a track with the star alongside The Enemy's Tom Clarke – who he has also shared words with on the social networking site.
He tweeted: "Listen, i'm a big fan of both of yous let's make a track!"
You can view a picture of Calvin Harris performing at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball 2011 below:
After yet more back and forth conversations, Calvin concluded that he is "proud" of his success and admitted it was because he wasn't seen as an "underdog" anymore which sparked the war.
"Maybe the problem is i'm not the underdog anymore - but i'm from Dumfries for f**** sake. Ive worked my t*** off + im proud of what ive done," he wrote.
John finally added: "@CalvinHarris can u play an instrument?"
The DJ has also been uploading a series of pictures of his studio showing his instruments used in response to comments.
Calvin was recently involved in a Twitter feud with Rita Ora over comments she had apparently made concerning Cheryl Cole's Vodafone big Top 40 number one single 'Call My Name'.
Meanwhile, the producer recently unveiled the music video to his new single 'We'll Be Coming Back' which is released on 29th July.