It seems like almost every week there is some kind of feud jumping off on Twitter. Whether it's artists going at each other or even fans popping off to stars, the social networking site has increasingly become a place where people end up in verbal wars.
50 Cent has a simple answer when it comes to people talking trash via Twitter. He thinks a lot of them become internet gangsters, hiding behind their keyboards to mask real life insecurities.
"When you're an artist and have an aggressive aura to you, people are urged to be aggressive enough to say something to you," 50 told SOHH, "And at that particular point, it's the only place that they could. They couldn't say it to you face-to-face because they'd end up in an awkward situation, like standing upside down on their head. [laughs] They're not [brave enough] to say it face-to-face, they're not strong enough to say the things they'd want to say to you and it's why they're on Twitter."
What do you think about what 50 has to say about these new age Twitter e-thugs?