Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift feud has led to director Joseph Kahn to defend the singer. His defense sounds so strange though, because he linked the feud with with Robert Kardashian’s siding on OJ Simpson against the death of his wife.
Director Joseph Khan, who was behind Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space,” “Bad Blood,” and “Wildest Dreams” music videos, took to Twitter to stand for the singer against her ongoing feud with Kim Kardashian.
The director said in a tweet that this was not the first time the Kardashians “supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman.”
The 43-year-old director went on to compare Taylor Swift with the wife of OJ Simpson, Nicole, whom he murdered. Robert Kardashian, Kim’s father, was the laywer who defended him. He was then acquitted from the case, The Huffington Post said.
He also lashed back at Kim Kardashian by sarcastically advising people who to be famous: to defend a murder of a woman and then released a sex tape.
Kim Kardashian was said to have rose to fame following the release of her sex tape.
Despite gathering mixed reactions from Twitter users, director Joseph Kahn shrugged off those who hit back at him.
Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift’s feud started when the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star uploaded a video via Snapchat revealing the singer’s phone call conversation with Kanye West, Us Weekly said.
The conversation reportedly suggested that Taylor Swift approved of Kanye West’s controversial lyrics for “Famous.”
The allegedly unapproved lyrics reads, “I feel like me and Taylor still might have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous.”
Taylor Swift immediately slammed Kim Kardashian and said that she was not informed that she would be referred to as bitch in the song.
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