Shots fired! Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ video director Joseph Kahn is defending her against Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s revealing audio tape by comparing the singer to O.J. Simpson’s murdered wife Nicole Brown Simpson, and that the Kardashians to cheering on Tay’s ‘murder.’ You’ve got to see his shocking tweet!
OMG, the feud between Taylor Swift, 26, versus Kanye West, 39, and the Kardashian klan is reaching crazy new levels of people choosing sides. The singer’s “Bad Blood” video director Joseph Kahn, 43, is comparing Tay to a murder victim and that the Kardashians are cheering on her slaughter. He tweeted out, “Ain’t the first time the Kardashians supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman,” referring to Kim’s late dad Robert Kardashian‘s successful defense of his pal O.J. Simpson in the gruesome murder of his estranged wife Nicole Brown Simpson. But saying the Kardashians are supporting the”murder” of Taylor’s image is some pretty powerful stuff! Nicole was brutally stabbed to death on her front step, where Taylor was exposed as not being as forthcoming regarding how much she knew about Kanye’s song.
Ain't the first time the Kardashians supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman.
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) July 18, 2016
This is definitely the most brutal slam against Kim Kardashian, 35, for secretly recording a phone conversation between Yeezy and Taylor where she gives him the go-ahead to rap about her in “Famous,” even acknowledging the part where some people like Kanye may not have known about her until the 2009 VMA-stealing moment he rhymes about. But as Joseph points out in another tweet, she never agreed to getting called a “b*tch,” as the director wrote, “Kanye didn’t say the line “I made that bitch famous” on the call. It’s like saying “I want to love you” without “in the a**.”
After getting blasted for making the comparison, he doubled down on his Twitter by posting, “Heads up: I give no f***s and never will. Thanks. Continue,” and took the fact that his controversial tweet lit up the site as affirmation that what he said was right. “My tweets today going viral. The power of truth,” Joseph wrote as the controversy around him swirled.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Joseph’s comment is fair? Or did he take things way too far with the tweet?