FURIOUS Jedward have slammed 'idiotic' Jim Corr in an explosive row after he backed ignoring face mask rules.
The former X Factor stars, 28, attacked Jim, 56, who is a member of Irish rock group The Corrs, on Twitter after he expressed support for an anti-mask protest in Dublin.
Protesters, who came together at a march organised by Health Freedom Ireland, were originally labelled "selfish low lives" by the singing duo.
They added: "When you come to a realisation that people are just so thick and selfish and all about themselves".
After Jim shared footage from the protest on Twitter and expressed his support, Jedward called him out to their 600k Twitter followers by referring to one of Jim's hits.
They wrote: "G’wan leave the whole country 'breathles' from Covid because of your idiotic behaviour @Jimcorrsays [middle finger emoji]".
Jim responded by insulting Jedward's intelligence, saying: "shut up you fools and grow a brain between you."
Alluding to another of Jim's songs, Jedward fired back: "Why don’t you just go and 'Runaway' and FYI your sisters never needed you please leave the band".
Jim then took another swipe at the twins, labelling them "Ireland's Millie Vanillie."
He then shared a YouTube link to The Corrs' song 'I Never Loved You Anyway' to further get his feelings about the pair across to his 35k followers.
Jedward then sent another jibe, referring to the fact that it is Jim's younger sisters who sing in the band.
"You’re the best background band member In the history of Irish music," they wrote.
Jim hit back again by sharing a link to a documentary denying the coronavirus pandemic, called 'Plandemic – Indoctrination'.
No longer wishing to rise to Jim's quipping, Jedward then responded more bluntly: "You’re a waste of our time, We’re getting bored. May as well be talking to a brick wall. Go to bed Jim."
Jim found fame in the 1990s performing alongside his three younger sisters Andrea, Sharon and Caroline.
Jedward originally found fame on X Factor in 2009, before representing Ireland at Eurovision in 2012.
Medical experts have repeatedly called on members of the public to wear masks in public, in order to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Conspiracy theorists have nonetheless organised rallies both in Ireland and the UK, falsely claiming that it is in fact the masks themselves that are killing people and not Covid-19.
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