Singers Clay Aiken and John Rich are feuding on Twitter--over politics.
This week while watching the Republican National Convention, Clay complained about the lack of diversity in the party. As he tweeted, "Playing drinking game with my brother now. We drink every time we see a black person on screen at the RNC convention #soberasamormon."
In response to Clay's comments, John shot back, "We drink every time we see a black person at the RNC//CLAY! You should be ashamed for racist comments like THAT!WOW..."And to finish it off, @clayaiken hashtags soberasamormon? I thought your charity was for inclusion, not EXCLUSION. What happened?...Between the hashtag 'negrospotting' and what I've read ever since, I've just had enough of this racist nonsense. It's sick. PLS STOP."
Regarding his charity (the National Inclusion Project), the "American Idol" alum quipped, "My charity is. Why isn't your party? ;-) @johnrich,"
Looks like we have two very opinionated Tweeters in the midst. How can these two strong personalities settle this once and for all?
1) Lincoln-Douglas Style Debates
It's easy to take jabs at each other from behind a computer screen, but why not have them settle this face-to-face? Let them duke it out in a series of televised Lincoln-Douglas style debates, and let America vote for the winner!
2) "Celebrity Apprentice"
Both men have done well on separate seasons of "Celebrity Apprentice." John won his season while Clay was a runner-up who arguably deserved to win. Why not let them have it out in the boardroom in a special edition of "Celebrity Apprentice"? Team Clay Vs. Team Rich. Let The Donald decide.
3) Mentoring Positions On "X Factor"
If they're not willing to duke it out in the boardroom, why not let them have it out on "X Factor"? They could serve as judges for one season. We'd like to see which guy can produce the next great pop star.
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