The That’s What Friends Are For singer officially joined the platform in 2012 but recently found her hilarious online groove thanks to a helping hand from her niece and Twitter coach, Brittani Warrick.
“I am not writing a bio,” reads her profile – and why should she? She’s the Dionne Warwick.
But now, she’s turned up the amp on everyone’s favourite cookies, Oreos. She expressed her frustration at the “outrageous” flavours by throwing a little shade at the brand.
“After asking @Oreo to stick to the original flavour, they sent me these outrageous items as a response,” she said, accompanied with a side-eye emoji, a photo of ‘ java chip flavour’ cookies and an Oreo flavoured lip balm.
“I will be retaliating at a later date,” she added.
After many chart-topping and iconic hits, Warwick’s zero tolerance to nonsense soon went viral last December when she tweeted Chance the Rapper, asking: “Hi, @chancetherapper. If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this”.
The stunned rapper responded shortly after with, “Sorry I’m still freaking out that u know who I am. This is amazing!”
“I will be whatever you wanna call me Ms Warwick. God bless you.”
“I am now Dionne the Singer,” she said, adding to Chance: “Of course, I know you. You’re THE rapper. Let’s rap together. I’ll message you.”
Next up on her list of ponderings was The Weeknd – for dropping a vowel in his stage name.
“The Weeknd is next. Why? It’s not even spelled correctly? @theweeknd,” she candidly tweeted.
“If you have ‘The’ in your name i’m coming for you. I need answers today.”
Shortly after, Warwick was done.
“Okay, I am going to watch Lucifer now. Bye!” she added.