Ninja and Dakotaz have already been taking shots at each other, disagreeing over whether content creators should be able to criticize the game they are playing, in this case, Fortnite.
On December 20, Blevins released a video in which he lashed out at streamers for criticizing Fortnite, encouraging them to go and play other games instead, and Dakotaz hit back on December 24.
After Dakotaz blocked Ninja on Twitter, he went on to explain that he didn't need Ninja's "12 year old army" after him every time the two had a disagreement.
In response, tfue posted a shopped picture of Ninja holding a pair of Hot Wheels velcro kids shoes, an obvious dig at the "12 year old army" line.
— Tfue (@TTfue) December 24, 2019
Tfue's joke immediately began racking up the likes and got a response from Dakotaz himself, who seemed to really enjoy all the Ninja roasting going on.
The Hot Wheels shoes seemed to strike a nerve with the Blevins clan, since both Ninja and his wife Jessica decided to respond to the jab.
All Ninja said in reply was "original," to show he was definitely not mad about the picture at all, no matter how funny it was.
"Lul...people made fun of Yeezys too. Pretty sure Adidas knows what they're doing...but the sales will show," Jessica added. "Just can't really take this seriously since tfue has no shoe contract. Let's compare then."
Lul...people made fun of Yeezys too. Pretty sure Adidas knows what they're doing...but the sales will show. Just can't really take this seriously since tfue has no shoe contract. Let's compare then.
— Jessica Blevins (@JessicaBlevins) December 24, 2019
At this point, it's safe to say that the feud probably won't see a Christmas truce, since now it's become a family affair, at least for the Blevins clan.