Lorde, Diplo, Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift's BFF Lorde is coming to her defense after Diplo threw major shade at the "Blank Space" singer on Twitter last night.

The DJ initially sparked the drama when he wrote, "Someone should make a kickstarter to get taylor swift a booty," and understandably so, that didn't seem to sit well with the indie crooner.

Lorde responded in her own clever way, by hitting below the belt with the following response, "@diplo should we do something about your tiny penis while we're at it hm."

Oh. Snap.

Diplo's original post also happened to link to a Fundly page titled "Get Taylor Swift a Booty Campaign," which shared its mission: "Taylor Swift Still Needs Your Help! Any true supporter of TSWIFT would definitely not pass up this opportunity to improve her posterior! Spread The Word If You Believe In Magic!"

The page hopes to raise a whopping $3,500 (did they research how much butt implants cost or something?!) and has currently raised $45. Yep, they've got a long ways to go.

Fans have pointed out that the Twitter feud may have something to do with the rumored tension between Swift and Diplo's leading lady, Katy Perry.

T.Swift recently opened up to Rolling Stone about the inspiration behind one of the tracks on her hit album 1989.

"It had to do with business. She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour. She tried to hire a bunch of people out from under me," Swift explained when discussing "Bad Blood."

And shortly after the interview was released, Perry hinted that the song was written about her when she tweeted "Watch out for the Regina George in sheep's clothing..."

Play nice, you guys!

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