When it comes to celebrity feuds, there are some we just never expected to see, and one involving Tina Knowles and Stacey Dash is most definitely one of them.
In your bizarre news of the day, Beyoncé's mum has become embroiled in a war of words with 49-year-old Stacey who played Dionne in Clueless.
Yeah, we know.
It all kicked off when Tina took to Instagram to share a photo of herself posing alongside Kelly Rowland dressed as Stacey's character in the smash-hit 90s film.
Appearing to throw shade at Stacey, Tina wrote: "This is my baby as Dione last night of course she is prettier and more smart than the one from the movie but I was confused cause she kept saying something about her pager." (sic)
Unsurprisingly, the tabloids threw themselves on the post and wasted no time suggesting that Tina was referring to Stacey herself as opposed to the character she played in the film.
Beyonce's mom just threw some shade at me? Here's my unedited response. - https://t.co/1ExW7F3slp— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) November 4, 2016
Responding to the controversy, Stacey took to Twitter to address the issue, tweeting: "Beyonce's mom just threw some shade at me? Here's my unedited response."
Directing fans and followers to her blog, the Fox News correspondent wrote: "Well, you never know what you are doing to wake up to, do you? This morning, I awakened to people telling me that Beyonce’s mom was saying that I was ugly."
Sharing a screenshot of Tina's post, it sounded like Stacey was pretty certain the comment was aimed at her personally.
"First of all, if you’re trying to throw shade about someone’s intelligence, maybe use “smarter” instead of “more smart." Stacey wrote. "Here’s the thing - Kelly Rowland is a beautiful girl and I love the costume! Imitation is the best form of flattery."
Slamming Stacey for taking the remark personally, one of the star's followers replied: "Oh, honey... keep reaching for that relevance... someone may actually give a sh*t, someday."
"It was obvious she was talking about the character. SMH," added another.
And if the whole thing wasn't cringey enough, it looks like Tina got wind of the controversy and edited her post, writing:"Lord no shade intended!!!! It was a character in a movie!!"
Well frankly, this is all just so embarrassing.