"The Voice" U.S. coaches both released new music on Friday, with Blake taking to Twitter to share a screenshot of the Top 10 songs on iTunes, where his song with girlfriend Gwen Stefani, "Happy Anywhere", was number one and Maroon 5's song, "Nobody's Love", was in second place.
In the caption, he wrote, "My god Adam.... You are still a pain in my ass!!!!! Go away idiot!!!!"
Adam then took a screenshot of Blake's tweet, posting it on his Instagram Story, writing, "Eat s**t cowboy! I'm Comin for ya!"
Gwen then took to the site to stand up for her man, writing on her own Instagram Story, "@adamlevine leave my boyfriend @blakeshelton alone," to which Adam replied, "I will never leave him alone. He was my boyfriend first."
Blake then decided to bring Adam's wife Behati Prinsloo into the "fight" by posting a fake tweet from her back in 2018 that said, "Wow... I hate to say it but Blake is way better at this show than my husband. My husband can f**k off."
"Wow... Looks like some of @Beeprinsloo old tweets are resurfacing... I hope this doesn't affect their personal lives.. @adamlevine #teamblake," he penned alongside the post.
However, "Payphone" star Adam wasn't fazed by Blake's move, quipping, "When your grampa discovers he can make fake tweets..."