Matthew Koma fired shots against his "Clarity" and "Spectrum" collaborator Zedd last week for allegedly not giving him any credit for their shared work, even going as far as calling him toxic and self-serving. "He's the worst," Matthew wrote in a lengthy Instagram post.
Zedd responded two days later via Twitter, writing, "Matt, I am sorry you feel this way. I don’t feel the same, nor do I agree with your description of our history together. I supported you in every single area I had control over as I do with any and all of my collaborators."
And just when you thought the beef between two of EDM's biggest acts was over, Zedd once again took to social media to dismiss Koma's claims and air his side of the story. He wrote, "Nothing will ever change how proud I am with the songs I made with Matt. They will forever be part of our history and even though it's hard to sit through a personal attack like this, I still love the songs just as much as I still think Matt is one of the best songwriters I've ever gotten to work with. I have given Matt songwriting credit for every top line he has written."
Check out our MYXclusive interviews with Zedd and Matthew Koma below: