Sebastian Bach and Chris Jericho are feuding on Twitter after the ex-Skid Row vocalist accused the Fozzy frontman of lip-syncing during live shows.

The spat began when a fan commented on how Jericho and Bach look alike. Another added that Jericho has Bach “beat” in the looks department, writing that Sebastian “partied to much.” That’s when Bach dropped the lip-sync accusation.

“[Jericho] definitely does considering that he mimes to a tape,” Bach wrote. He then doubled down on the accusation, comparing Jericho to infamous lip-syncers Milli Vanilli.

“Every single clip I have seen is Milli Vanilli,” Bach said.

That’s when Jericho jumped in to defend himself, writing, “I sing my a** off every night dude. Do you really wanna go there?”

What followed was a series of tweets back-and-forth about Fozzy’s recent success versus Bach’s and streaming numbers, before Jericho challenged Bach to a “sing-off.”

“I’ve seen the derogatory comments towards me from somebody I considered to be a friend,” Jericho wrote. “So with that in mind, I’ll be happy to have a SING OFF w @sebastianbach! No effects, no tuning, no bulls***. Bas is a great singer…but I’m better. You’ve got my number dude. Call me.”

“Where is the derogatory comment?” Bach replied. “All I asked is to see one single clip of you singing live. Every clip on the Internet is you miming to a tape. I will sing in your f***ing face anytime.”

Bach added that he texted Jericho “three times” but didn’t receive a response. “I will sing in your face anytime you want,” he wrote.

Bach, by the way, is also trending on Twitter because of his recent anti-Donald Trump tweets. “If you support Donald Trump you stand against rock n’ roll,” he wrote.

By Josh Johnson
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