Stefano Gabbana retaliated by posting a picture of Sir. Elton on Instagram and wrote: "Who wants to see him dressed in Dolce & Gabbana?”
Apparently, Elton has called on his fans to stop purchasing and consuming the D&G brand after they called children born from IVF or surrogate children (like his two sons) – 'chemical and synthetic'.
"How dare you!"Sir Elton posted a photo of design duo Dolce & Gabbana on his Instagram page and responded to their comments in a strongly-worded attack.
Stefano Gabbana retaliated by posting a picture of Sir Elton on Instagram and wrote: "Who wants to see him dressed in Dolce & Gabbana?”
He also shared an image of a mother and child, writing: "We live in a democratic country and respect for the ideas of others is essential.”
However, the designer couple had serious backlash from social media plus from some other top celebrities'
Ricky Martin, the gay singer whose twin sons were carried by a surrogate mother, wrote on Twitter: "Your voices are too powerful to be spreading too much hate. Wake up, it's 2015. Love yourself guys.”
Ryan Murphy, the creator of TV show Glee, added: "These designers' horrifying views are never in fashion. Their clothes are as ugly as their hate.”
Former tennis star Martina Navratilova, who married her female partner in December, wrote in support: "Wow - I had no idea. It will be interesting to see if this ridiculousness hurts them in the bank."
What do you guys think: Should gays have babies?