Canada has produced some incredibly talented musicians like Celine Dion, Shania Twain, and Michael Buble out of dozens more iconic singers. They represent our country in style and with so much love from their fans all over the world. Like most things, people have unique and diverse thoughts and some controversial Canadian music opinions are getting people talking on Twitter.\nEarlier today, the Exclaim! account tweeted, "Quote this tweet with your most controversial Canadian music opinion".\nTons of their 53.7 thousand followers joined in to post their thoughts, and some are pretty crazy.\nFor some strange reason, a few people talked about fighting famous Canadian musicians including two users. One wrote, "I could beat up every member of Arcade Fire but choose not to out of mercy" and another tweeted, "Nelly Furtado could beat up drake".\nAnother individual also talked about their distaste for Drake, writing, "Drake's music and lyrics are *really* bad."\nThe dislike doesn't stop there because another person wrote, "The Tragically Hip suck", but didn't add in any more details about why.\nAn additional user shared their opinion and tweeted, "the Barenaked Ladies' lovers in a dangerous time is grossly inferior to Bruce Cockburn's".\nIf you didn't know, the Barenaked Ladies come from Scarborough, Ontario and Bruce Cockburn is from Ottawa.\nI could beat up every member of arcade fire but choose not to out of mercy https://t.co/Y1a4pRLlTD— Zak Vescera (@zakvescera) November 25, 2019\nnelly furtado could beat up drake https://t.co/Fp5grLEFWk— Matthew (@mroberson22) November 25, 2019\nDrake's music and lyrics are *really* bad. https://t.co/htbbIKObQR— Joseph Tinoco (@oprimo) November 25, 2019\nThe Tragically Hip suck https://t.co/TfqUGTMP4p— The November Dan (@YoDannyGuts) November 25, 2019\nthe barenaked ladies' lovers in a dangerous time is grossly inferior to bruce cockburn's https://t.co/RtrTrj1UiC— Die-Hardman is a Christmas Movie (@ZaaackKoootzer) November 25, 2019\nLuckily, there are still quite a few comments of love and support for Canadian artists.\nThis person called Fefe Dobson a "Canadian treasure".\nFefe Dobson is a Canadian treasure and this isn’t even a little bit controversial because it’s correct. https://t.co/hdmzf0dtNZ— Poor 🤐 Boy (@PoorNamelessBoy) November 25, 2019\nBut another person insisted that "Justin Bieber is a national treasure" too.\nJustin Bieber is a national treasure. https://t.co/KCeGyA6UVw— Traxman (@traxman) November 25, 2019\nNo post about Canadian entertainers would be complete without mentioning Alanis Morissette, but this user thinks all of her albums before ""Jagged Little Pill" is her best work."\nAlanis's pre-Jagged Little Pill work is her best work. https://t.co/NarLqcfFsS— Mike The Canstralian (@aussieinTO) November 25, 2019\nAll hail Celine Dion, who this person called "one of the most genuinely talented people this country has birthed."\nCéline is one of the most genuinely talented people this country has birthed. People love to hate but she’s REAL legendary & y’all BIG jaloux. https://t.co/vqjXBrz3Tf— 𝘊𝘦𝘊𝘦 (@sadgalcece) November 25, 2019\nAlthough a huge bulk of people shouted out specific Canadian artists, some also discussed their opinions on the music industry in Canada.\nThis user said that "Canadian radio stations play less variety now and the @TheJUNOAwards needs to be more balanced".\nCanadian radio stations play less variety now and the @TheJUNOAwards needs to be more balanced https://t.co/J5n2tCBMWg— Emi_lia ︽✵︽ (@crestsofwaves) November 25, 2019\nAnother person said that Canada leads the "pop-punk game".\nCanada has always and will continue to lead the pop-punk game https://t.co/a8ObyMQlL9— Cole Brocksom (@ColeBrocksom) November 25, 2019\nThat would include Avril Lavigne, Fefe Dobson, and Skye Sweetnam.\nThis user shared their opinion on music industry festivals too, which was all too real.\nMusic industry festivals encourage artists to perform for below-market value, thus lowering the market-value for the live music industry. Marginalized artists are the most targeted by this “promise of exposure” to largely white music execs who were flown in with government $ https://t.co/CuNTaBP13N— DIY Spring (@diy_spring) November 25, 2019\nPerhaps the most interesting of all opinions was this person who wrote, "Winnipeg puts electrolytes in their tap water and that's why their musicians are all so talented."\nWinnipeg puts electrolytes in their tap water and that’s why their musicians are all so talented. https://t.co/hdmzf0dtNZ— Poor 🤐 Boy (@PoorNamelessBoy) November 25, 2019\nThere are actually a lot of famous artists from the province of Manitoba including Chantal Kreviazuk, The Guess Who, Crash Test Dummies, and Venetian Snares among tons more.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.