Calvin Harris took to Twitter on Friday (March 10) to congratulate his friend Ed Sheeran on beating his record for the most top 10 songs from a single album on the U.K.'s Official Singles Chart. But he couldn't resist a dig at his fellow artist too.
Harris' third album, 18 Months, beat Michael Jackson's record album back in 2013, with hits like "Feel So Close," "We Found Love" (featuring Rihanna), "I Need Your Love" (featuring Ellie Goulding) and more all breaking the top 10. With nine songs in the top 10 on this week's chart, Sheeran has surpassed Harris' record -- just one week after the release of his latest album ÷ (Divide). Meanwhile, all 16 songs from the album are in the Official Singles Chart top 20.
"Ed Sheeran just beat my UK record top 10s from 1 album in ONE WEEK congrats Ed but also f--- you I love you but also f--- you ," Harris wrote in his post.
See the tweet below:
Ed Sheeran just beat my UK record top 10s from 1 album in ONE WEEK congrats Ed but also fuck you I love you but also fuck you ❤️@edsheeran
- Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) March 11, 2017