'Victorious' Vixens Twitter Fight: Ariana Grander VS Victoria Justice [PHOTOS]

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Former buddies on sitcoms don't always end things on a god note. In fact, two stars from Nickelodeon's original show, "Victorious" are proof of such statement. Earlier this week, Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice took their drama to Twitter where Grande blamed Justice for their show, "Victorious" ending early.

Nothing spells out bitterness than a tweet set on public aimed at a certain someone. Fans of "Victorious" don't really know the real reason as to why the show ended but Ariana Grande sure knows why. Yet, Grande being outspoken on the issue struck the wrong chord on Victoria Justice, the main star of the show. How and why did the fight even break out?

Well, blame one Grande-fan who took to the stars' Ask.Fm account. The fan blamed Grande's new show, "Sam and Cat" as to why "Victorious" was cancelled. The statement is as follows.

"Actually no nobody said that and even if they did this is different because Sam & Cat ruined Victorious. All those other shows had closure. Victorious didn't have closure because of Sam & Cat no matter what you people (you and Dan) say. You're obviously just trying to protect yourselves from the hate."

However, Ariana took offense at this and blamed the whole thing on Victoria Justice instead.

"Sweetheart the only reason Victorious ended is because 1 girl didn't want to do it. She chose to do a solo tour instead of a cast tour. If we had done a cast tour Nickelodeon would have ordered another season of Victorious while Sam and Cat filmed simultaneously but she chose otherwise. I'm sick of this bs," answered Ariana.

The original Q&A had already been taken off Grande's Ask.Fm account but not without reaching the eyes of Victoria Justice of course. The former "Victorious" star took to her Twitter to express her own say on the issue.

"Some people would throw some1 they consider a friend under the bus just 2 make themselves look good. #StopBeingAPhony #IfTheyOnlyKnew," stated Victoria on her Twitter account.

The tweet caused a Twitter war between Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice fans. Like the Ask.Fm post, the tweets were also deleted. Ariana Grande also took this time to tweet against Justice.

"You just can't hide from the truth," stated Grande.

Grande took this tweet out from her account as well and had apologized to her fans after. It was obvious Grande was deflecting the blame to Justice which was highly inappropriate. Hopefully, this would be the last "feud" from the former "Victorious" star.