*Tom Cruise’s son Connor has been dropped by his DJ agent following a spat over a Super Bowl text judged to be homophobic.

The 17-year-old DJ was not happy that the New York Giants beat the New England Patriots. His agent, Todd Krim, teased Cruise with a tweet after the game, writing, “Sorry @TheConnorCruise maybe next year!!!”

Apparently, it was too soon to be talking trash to the die-hard Pats fan. According to an e-mail forwarded to publicists by Krim, Cruise texted him back, saying, “That was a gay ass f***ing tweet . . . U don’t say sh** like that about my team the second they lose. Low.”

When Krim — who heads entertainment/charity Web site Give Back Hollywood and helped book DJ gigs for Cruise — wrote back, “Umm ok . . . Dude I was f***ing joking,” Cruise responded, “That was [bleeped]” and “Idgaf” (“I don’t give a f***]).”

Connor Cruise djs at DIRECTV's Sixth Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl After Party at Victory Field on Feb. 4, 2012 in Indianapolis

Cruise and Krim were both in Indy where Cruise DJed DirecTV’s Saturday night party. [See photo above.] Krim says the Twitter tantrum ended their professional relations, while sources close to Cruise say they’d parted ways weeks ago, according to the New York Post.

On Monday, Krim e-mailed colleagues with a screen grab of Cruise’s texts, saying, “I am no longer working with Connor Cruise. In fact, I am no longer speaking with [him] . . . I refuse to be professionally (or even personally) associated with someone that engages in this sort of behavior . . . I just thought you should know who and what you’re dealing with.”

He called Cruise’s comments, “highly offensive and what I consider homophobic . . . after I jokingly tweeted about the Patriots losing.”

Krim told The Post, “I did a lot for [Connor], and he was less than respectful and appreciative . . . I made a joke, and let’s just say his reaction was not what I expected. It’s disappointing when you think someone is one way and they turn out to be another.”

Connor has since released a statement to The Post through his rep, saying, “What I texted was unacceptable. It is not a reflection of who I am and what I feel, and it certainly won’t happen again.”