You don't want to mess with Kip Moore -- just ask Dierks Bentley.

The 'I'm to Blame' singer wasn't too happy when Bentley forced him to jump into an ice-cold lake in early January to announce Bentley's upcoming tour, for which Moore will serve as one of the support acts. So he concocted an elaborate payback that Bentley won't soon forget.

Bentley's well-known for his love of his old Chevy truck, which he has named Big White. While Bentley was at a writing appointment at a Nashville publishing company, Moore -- who was playing a show in Montana -- enlisted several accomplices to help him exact his revenge.

They really did a number on Big White, pouring packing peanuts into the cab, drawing a 'Riser' logo on the hood and scrawling graffiti on the sides and back. But the final straw, so to speak, was when they dumped hay in the bed of truck and put a billy goat in there.

Needless to say, he wasn't too concerned about proper bathroom etiquette, and when Bentley came outside from his appointment, he found his beloved truck in quite a mess. "This damn thing's crapped all over my truck!" he exclaims in the hysterical clip, seen above.

It wasn't to hard to figure out the culprit, since Moore's henchmen had written 'I'm to Blame -- Kip,' as well as leaving behind a sign that explained that the prank was payback for the polar plunge.

It won't be easy for Bentley to top this stunt, but don't expect him to take it lying down.

"Imagine your favorite surfboard, and all of the terrible things that I could do do it," he warns Moore. ''Cause that's what I'm gonna do."

It's not all bad for Bentley, though -- he and his wife may be the proud owners of a new goat. "He may be coming home with us," the star admits to his wife. "I don't know what to do with him."

Bentley's 40-city Sounds of Summer Tour kicks off June 5 in Raleigh, N.C. with Bentley, Maddie +Tae and Canaan Smith on the bill.

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