Surely you remember the foresight-lacking fan who got Drake's name emblazoned across her forehead. When Drake heard the news, he was flattered by the fan -- and ticked off by the tattooer. The artist, Kevin Campbell, is reacting to Drizzy's not-so-nice words via -- what else? -- Twitter.

If you recall, Campbell initially started the beef when he referred to the Canadian rapper as a “goofnugget R&B dude.” Drake didn't take the teasing lying down, and responded in an interview. “F— you to that tat artist by the way,” he said. “And you should lose your job and should never do tattoos again and I don’t f— with you. And if I ever see you, I’ma f— you up.”

Them's fightin' words -- and Campbell had some in return. On his Twitter, the Los Angeles-based artist wrote, "please say that Drake actually wants to f--- me up. I will totally fight Drake. One on one. Tell him to name a time and place." Campbell continued asking for confirmation (and attention), next posting, "Can anybody confirm that this Drake guy actually wants to fight?"

Campbell kept bringing it up, likely in response to Drake fans who want to see a brawl. "Too funny! A dude who probably wipes his a-- with 100$ bills actually cares about me calling him an R&B goofnugget is hilarious," he wrote, before addressing another fan with, "Easy tiger. I'm not the one making threats on tv to somebody i I don't even know. Slow your roll."

Campbell insisted that he'd never even heard of Drake before inking his name on a fan's forehead. "I didn't know who he was before I did the tattoo...Don't see why he cares that I said he was soft as baby s---," he replied to another Tweeter.

While we're sure Drake has better things to do with his time -- and his cash -- Campbell is clearly enjoying the ride. "Really though," he wrote, "This Drake s--- is the funniest s--- ever. Getting called out by a famous R&B dude wasn't on my bucket list, but I'm stoked."