Aaron Carter seems to be in the news every week. This time it’s for accusing self-made makeup mogul Jeffree Star of copying his “custom pieces.”

On Dec. 1, Carter took to Twitter to call out Star by writing: “Hey @JeffreeStar your merch looks a lot like my custom pieces I do by hand? Tsk tsk.” He attached a picture of Star’s tie-dye sweatshirts.

While it is true that the singer sells tie-dye sweatshirts on his website, fans were quick to defend Star.

“Jeffrees are tye dye..hes sold them longer…anddd his customers actually get their orders,” someone responded, dissing Carter for claims that he doesn’t fulfill his customer's orders.

“I hate to break it to you but you didn’t invent tie dye, splatter or splash ink or bleach art clothing. It’s been making a comeback for a few years now and almost everyone is selling dyed merch. The only big diff is youre making yours with your own hands vs finding suppliers,” another person replied.

“@JeffreeStar just came back from Bora Bora & is getting everything ready for tomorrow with all the merch going out… He’s a multimillionaire he doesn’t have time to address something & someone so petty & beneath him. Thanks for the laugh though @aaroncarter,” someone else tweeted.

After getting slammed by devoted Star fans, Carter kept tweeting. This time, he attached a video of himself scrolling through Star’s website.

“I’m sorry but @JeffreeStar everyone has seen me make this stuf you have two of my colors. Not sure who on your team did that but I’m honered. Love you still,” Carter tweeted with the video.

At the time of this writing, Star has not responded to Carter’s claims.

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Jeffree Star is pictured March 5, 2017, in Inglewood, California. Getty Images