DJ Snake, Diplo Slam David Guetta for 'Fake' Version of 'Lean On'

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David Guetta attends 97.1 AMP Radio Presents AMPLIFY 2015 at the Hollywood Palladium on March 20, 2015 in Los Angeles.

DJ Snake has put his teeth into David Guetta with a string of stinging tweets targeting the veteran DJ and producer’s anthem for the Euro 2016 soccer tournament

The dance star took offense with​ Guetta's recording "This One’s For You", a collaboration with rising Swedish singer and songwriter Zara Larsson, which he branded as “horrible” and slammed as a “fake” take on “Lean On.” The messages have since been deleted, though screengrabs of the flare-up can be seen below (via YourEDM).

Major Lazer founding member Diplo (and co-creator or" Lean On") then got in on the action with his own social media barbs, which DJ Snake retweeted. “U can’t rip us off and go unnoticed. It’s a small community here,” he wrote in one.

Diplo's also had a dig at Guetta's vintage, "I respect my elders but when they straight jack us its clap back season," he wrote.

It's not the first time Diplo has accused an EDM producer of ripping off another artist's music. In March he accused Zedd of lifting Flume's mojo on a tune for an M&Ms campaign.

"This One’s For You" arrived today (May 13). Guetta has yet to respond to the accusations.