"Music is in the hands of the kids. Streaming is literally what kids want to listen to over and over again. They want to listen to ‘Rockstar’ and ‘Bodak Yellow’," he said about whatever the heck those songs are.
"They don't want to listen to, like, ‘Look What You Made Me Do'. That music doesn't relate to them at all. I don't think it ever did. They were only given that by radio and marketing budgets. I'm impressed with Post Malone. I can relate to him more than Taylor Swift.”
After his salty comments came out, fans got their pitchforks and came for him.
They have also started filling up his Instagram comments with poop and snake emojis, some even referencing Taylor's song "Look What You Made Me Do."
Diplo has now turned off his comments and even tweeted at her fans to chill the hell out.
"calm down swifties 'all too well' is one of my fav songs," he wrote.
The feud all began in November 2014, when Diplo grossly tweeted about Taylor Swift's butt.
"Someone should make a kickstarter to get Taylor swift a booty," he wrote.
Taylor has yet to make any comments about the new diss.