The two public figures publicly disagreed as Kenyans watched in disbelief.
It all started when Jaguar through a tweet wished Kenyans a Happy Mashujaa Day on Friday.
"Wishing all Kenyans a Happy Mashujaa Day. Pray for our Nation as we elect our leaders and forge towards a path of National Prosperity," the Starehe MP tweeted.
However, the wishes did not go down well with Octopizzo who took a swipe at the first time MP urging him to do more in his role as a legislator by helping out the small scale clothes traders in the popular Gikomba market who recently drew massive losses in a fire that gutted down their stalls.
"Wewe ni shuja ya gikomba ," Octopizzo retorted.
The reply began a series of an online twitter war between the two celebrities with each one trying to politically and socially blast the other as Kenyans On Twitter watched with surprise.
The rapper later went to his Facebook wall where he defended his online defence of the killings of Kenyans due to their political affiliations, maintaining that those culpable should be brought to book.
"No matter which party you support,And the ones doing all the killing should be locked up, and be forced to watch the world transform from," Octopizzo wrote.
Earlier this month, Jaguar was involved in a physical brawl with his Embakasi East counterpart Babu Owino at Parliament buildings over the legitimacy of President Uhuru Kenyatta's stay in office.
Jaguar has since asked the public, particularly the people of Starehe, to forgive him and promised never to be involved in such scuffles.