Do you remember back in Glee's Season 2 Christmas episode, when Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) told Santa Claus that all he wanted for Christmas was for Channing Tatum to just “stop being in stuff”?

Yeah, so does Channing Tatum. And it turns out the actor — or at least those who write dialogue for his character — may not have been too happy with the dig.

In fact, if you’ve seen Channing’s newest movie, 21 Jump Street, you probably noticed a not-so-subtle Glee dis. Fed up with how happy-go-lucky and tolerant high schools seem to have become in recent years, Channing’s Jenko retorts, “F*ck you, Glee!”

Since Mike Chang’s line was the one that started this feud (Is it really even a feud? Baby feud, maybe?), it seems only fitting that Harry Shum Jr. would be the Glee cast member to respond. So was Harry upset by 21 Jump Street’s joke?

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Doesn’t seem like it! The Glee star, who worked as a backup dancer in Channing’s 2008 film Step Up 2: The Streets, appears to have no hard feelings. On March 20, he tweeted, “"21 Jump Street" was a funny movie! Loved the#glee reference! Hah! Good work@channingtatum@JonahHill

Seriously? He’s not even going to fight back at all? Maybe the Glee actors really are just as happy and positive all the time as 21 Jump Street seems to think. 

In which case, we’re pretty sure we know what Channing’s Jenko would say to that...

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