Bernie Toppin mocks Rod Stewart during Rocker’s feud with Sir Elton John

Bernie Toppin mocks Rod Stewart during Rocker's feud with Sir Elton John

Sir Elton John’s longtime collaborator Bernie Topin mocks Rod Stuart during a feud with the Ty L Dancer hitmaker.

On Thursday evening the lyricist – who wrote the lyrics to several songs including Benny and Jets – I’m Still Standing, Sorry seems to be the harshest word – took to Instagram to dig up the 75-year-old rocker.

Bernie, 70, who sheds light on the road’s animosity with 73-year-old Elton, shared a self-portrait snap while standing with co-worker Paul Elton.

“Hey, isn’t Rod‌ Stuart standing in line to sign your book?” He wrote next to Snap.

Bernie Toppin, a longtime associate of Sir Elton John, mocked Rod Stuart

Veteran lyricist Bernie also added several hashtags: “@eltonjohn #me #autobiography #paperback #ejbtforever #tbtfun #sometimeinnewyorkcity.”

Mirror Online contacted representatives of Bernie, Sir Road and Sir Elton for comment.

Bickering duo Road and Elton have not spoken to Sir Road in two years that the ‘arrogant’ singers have fallen after joking on Elton’s retirement tour.

Rod admits he criticized his farewell events, calling them ‘money laundering’ – but wants to get things done with his ex-boyfriend.

Elton is particularly angry about a dig road built into the 2018 biography Rocketman.

Rod recently told Chris Evans that an olive branch on the podcast was handed over to Elton – which was ignored.

Singer Maggie May said she had invited the star and her family to her home in Essex and that there was a football pitch on the field.

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Bickering pair Rod and Elton have not spoken in two years

Rod revealed: “We don’t talk to each other.

“Last time I emailed him, ‘I got this football pitch, do you guys want to come?’ You know, they both love football. “

Sir Elton never replied.

The former Watford chairman has reportedly been hurt by the comparison of Rocketman to Abba Musical mum Mia in Sir Rod’s bad comments.

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