Gwen Stefani's boyfriend, Blake Shelton, has fans outraged after they unearthed a number of offensive tweets made by the country star.
Embodying the age old rule, nothing ever truly leaves the internet, tweets made by the singer back in 2011 have surfaced following the success of his first number one American album.
Blake decided to compare a non-English speaker to a terrorist.
"Wish the d---head in the next room would either shut up or learn some English so I would at least know what he's planning to bomb!!," he penned in a now-deleted tweet.
A year prior, in 2010, the Grammy winner also revealed his very personal thoughts on a then-16-year-old Dakota Fanning.
"Soo... I just figured out a great excuse for my sick fantasy about Dakota Fanning. I thought she was Amanda Seyfried," he mused on the public forum.
He allegedly shared this sexist view, penning, "I was 19 years old when my heart first got broken. I'm over it now but I wonder what that fat ugly b---- is up to.'"
While he voiced his homophobic thoughts, musing, "Grown men who wear Chuck Taylor's may as well write on their forehead 'Cucumbers turn me on!'"
Surprisingly, the tweets have taken over five years to garner a response from the public... But now people are happily voicing their anger.
"Absolutely zero people should be surprised that Blake Shelton, a country singer from Oklahoma, is possibly racist and homophobic," one angry user expressed.
Another shared their shock and disappointment, ""@blakeshelton I can't believe you would say something so racist I will never buy your music again."
The tweets certainly seem to have come straight from the American musician, but Blake is yet to comment on the matter.
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This isn't the first time the megastar has smashed his reputation in 140 characters, or less.
In 2011 he decided to share his version of Shania Twain's Any Man of Mine to his then-300,000 followers.
"Any man that tries Touching my behind He's gonna be a beaten, bleedin', heaving kind of guy," his rewrite read.
The original lyrics are, "Any man of mine better walk the line – Better show me a teasin' squeezin' pleasin' kinda time."
Gay rights advocacy group GLAAD commented on the 2011 fiasco, "One has to wonder how Shania feels about seeing her anthem about strong women and female empowerment turned into a violent threat."
Deciding the higher road was much too high, Blake replied, "Ha! Reading all my anti-gay hate tweets... Ha! Ha! If people only knew even a little about me, my family and friends. Dumb a---."
An hour later he decided saying sorry would go down better, apologising for his behaviour.