Let's make one thing clear: Chris Long does not acknowledge the hashtag. He does not like Martha Stewart's knives. March for Chris Long is spring cleaning for his Twitter.

Unfortunately for Martha Stewart, she was the first to go. Calling her accessories "suspect", Long went right ahead and pushed that "block" button.

Ke$ha was next, as Long reminded her she was "not a rainbow."

Cranking it up a notch, Chris even blocks one of his own.

Now apparently, Chris Long's Twitter legend was helped along by a certain Matthew Hasselbeck, who encouraged Chris to start a "fake Twitter feud."

With the help of Matt Hasselbeck, Chris Long out-right eliminated the hashtag from his Twitter vocabulary, ending his controversial tweets with "%controversy."