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'Sons of Anarchy' and 'The Devils Ride' creators settle their feud

Kurt Sutter, the creator of the popular FX drama "Sons of Anarchy" started a major Twitter feud with the cast of the reality show "The Devils Ride" as well as their producer Jason Hervey. According to Zap 2 It on Feb. 25, the two have finally made their peace, or at least agreed to stop insulting each other.

Sons of Anarchy feud with Devils Ride ends
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Sons of Anarchy feud with Devils Ride ends
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After a week of sniping at each other, Kurt Sutter finally asked for the Twitter feud to come to an end.

Sutter started insinuating that the San Diego bike clubs from "The Devils Ride" were not legitimate bikers and just sellouts who gave up their legacy for money and the life of reality stars. One of the biker members came back and ripped into Sutter, but then Sutter laughed at him and made more cracks, bringing Hervey into the argument by referring to him as "the fat one from Wonder Years."

Jason Hervey shot back, accusing Sutter of thinking he is the Moses of the biker television shows.

Soon, fans of both shows were sending hateful tweets to both the showrunners and the cast of the shows. Sutter apparently realized that the fight he started was getting out of control and asked for the hate for "Devils Ride" to stop.

Jason Hervey seemed to accept the truce and tweeter that Sutter's "Sons of Anarchy" fans are awesome and has his back. He then thanked the "Devils Ride" fans as well. Kurt Sutter then re-tweeted that to signify the feud had ended.