As reported by the Post, the latest case of Twitter grievance included Don “Champagne King” Johnson and "nightlife king" Dave Grutman, who took to the micro-blog site to toss chirps over some bubbly. Apparently on March 23, Johnson ordered a double magnum of Ace of Spades champagne at Grutman's club Liv at the Fontainebleu in Miami. Johnson then left the club shortly after without opening or paying for the pricy bubbly. Oh and when we say pricy, we're talking about $100,000 per bottle. Grutman was not down for the ditch, rightfully so, and confronted Johnson (off Twitter unfortunately) about the cop-out. The dispute seemed settled until some of Johnson's cronies showed up at Liv the following Friday and were denied entry. This is when the "Champagne King" pulled out the big guns and tweeted:
“Dave if u have a problem w me take it up w me not my friends don’t b a coward."
Grutman fired back with, “Coward thing is the way you handled my team that couldn’t fight back but I’m not a horse so I don’t give a [bleep].”
Though, the clubber's quarrel was settled fairly quickly as Grutman told the Post, “I’m sure we’re going to work this out.” Johnson responded, “I’m not sore about it, I’m indifferent about it. If he invited me back in I’ll go back in.”
But, you know what they say, "The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference." And you know what they also say, "Feeling bitter? Take to Twitter!"