Dionne Warwick has been on a Twitter tear for the last few days as she has taken her hysterical musings to social media while engaging with a handful of A-list superstars including Chance The Rapper and The Weeknd.
On Sunday the iconic singer, 79, got a response from someone she has taken a particular liking to – Taylor Swift – after she wished her a ‘wonderful day,’ and told her to keep her ‘head high’ on Dec. 3.
Finally getting around to seeing the tweet, Taylor, 30, responded, ‘I’m a huge fan and I respect you so much, thank you for wishing me well.’
Well wishes: Taylor Swift, 30, responds to singer Dionne Warwick’s tweet where she told her to keep her ‘head high’ and wished her well during a series of hilarious celebrity Twitter exchanges
Warwick has really kicked up her social media game in recent days as she has been using her starpower to garner responses – and seek answers – from some of her favorites.
No questions about her love for Taylor, Warwick tweeted:
‘Hi Taylor Swift. I hope you’re in good spirits and having a wonderful day. Keep your head high!’
Fast friends: Swift got around to seeing Warwick’s tweet a few days late but nonetheless took joy in the iconic singer’s well wishes
Swift wrote back, ‘I just saw that you tweeted me!! I’m a huge fan and I respect you so much, thank you for wishing me well. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season, thank you for spreading joy.’
Also at the mercy of Warwick’s newfound voice on Twitter, The Weeknd had it coming for him based purely on the fact that his stage name starts with a ‘the.’
She wrote, ‘If you have ‘The’ in your name i’m coming for you. I need answers today,’ which sent fans roaring.
Need answers: Warwick took a series of hilarious questions to twitter as she roasted just about anyone whose stage name she did not understand
Taking aim: She continued to spiral on social media as she called out just about anyone she saw fit as she sought answers; pictured 2019
Grammar police: She seemed to take issue with his odd choice of spelling for his stage name as she just wrote, ‘Why?’
Warwick continued to take issue with The Weeknd’s spelling of his name as she said, ‘The Weeknd is next. Why? It’s not even spelled correctly?’
Taken aback by the savagery of Warwick’s roast, he responded:
‘I just got roasted by Dionne Warwick and I feel honored! You just made my day,’ with the crying laughing emoji, as he wore the diss as a badge of honor.
Called out: Warwick roasted the Weeknd for the spelling of his name as she continued on her twitter tirade; pictured 2019
Roasted: Taking the callout as a badge of honor he wrote that it made his day
Dionne first garnered attention with her social media presence on Saturday after she pondered why Chance The Rapper had to put ‘rapper’ in his name if he was ‘very obviously a rapper.’
‘Hi @chancetherapper. If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this,’ she said.
Not one to miss out on the conversation at hand, Chance responded:
‘Sorry I’m still freaking out that u know who I am. This is amazing!’ tweeted the hitmaker, who boasts 8.3million followers on the platform.
Freaking out: Chance was taken aback as he freaked out that Warwick even knew who he was before she asked to ‘rap together’; pictured 2019
She then replied, ‘Of course I know you. You’re THE rapper. Let’s rap together.’
The duo appeared to become fast friends as they made tentative plans to collaborate with Warwick hilariously flexing her social media skills as she said, ‘I’ll message you.’
Former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter was quick to comment, ‘WHOA WHOA! did Dionne just ask Chance to collab?……. STRAIGHT FIRE TO COME!’
After a few more exchanges Chance said, ‘I will be whatever you wanna call me Ms Warwick. God bless you,’ as he laid the fun-loving exchange to rest.
Collaborators: Twitter went wild over the idea of the pair teaming up to ‘rap’ as fans like Nick Carter wrote that the duo would be ‘straight fire’