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'Bad Blood' Director Joseph Kahn Uses Nicole Brown Murder In Bizarre Defense Of Taylor Swift

Talk about hitting below the belt.
Taylor Swift and director Joseph Kahn at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 30, 2015, in Los Angeles.
Taylor Swift and director Joseph Kahn at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 30, 2015, in Los Angeles.

Music video director Joseph Kahn took to Twitter to tear down the Kardashians in defense of Taylor Swift after Kim Kardashian released video of Swift approving Kanye West’s “Famous” lyrics. 

Kahn, who has directed a handful of Swift’s videos, including those for “Bad Blood,” “Wildest Dreams” and “Blank Space,” inserted himself into the feud Monday night. 

He proceeded to reference Robert Kardashian’s defense of O.J. Simpson during the murder trial of Nicole Brown to defend Swift, along with Kim Kardashian’s 2003 sex tape and supposed lack of talent. 

While his response might be shocking, Kahn does not seem to care what people think about his two cents. 

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