LONDON, UK -- After giving an interview to The Guardian, Shania Twain revealed that she would have voted for Trump in the 2016 election even though "he was offensive, he seemed honest."
Some of her fans were not happy and felt it necessary to flock to social media to react with one fan saying, "this is the worst day of my life."
The "What Made You Say That" singer clapped back with an apology on Twitter saying, "the question caught me off guard."
The social media troll fest continues. This time with ex-NFL player Jay Feely.
The former kicker took to Twitter Saturday night with a picture of his daughter, her date and himself with a clear message to the date, ending the tweet with the hashtag, "bad boys".
The gun in the picture is causing a lot of backlash, even though it was clearly intended to be a joke.
The joke, by the way, has been around for generations.
In a follow up tweet, Feely said that gun safety is very important to him, the gun was not loaded, and he didn't intend to be insensitive about the issue.
Maybe it's time everyone just take a step back from social media, and just chill.