What are BFF's for if not to defend you against the celebrity feud of the year?!

It’s probably the biggest battle known to mankind since maybe the Battle of Hastings or perhaps the Next boxing day sale.

Basically, it’s on mega-proportions.

We’re of course referring to WW3- otherwise known as the major rift between Taylor Swift and Kimye. And if you somehow managed to miss all the drama, we’d strongly advise you take your FOMO right over here.

ANYWAY- so, in the fall-out from all the drama of Kim sharing Taylor’s phone call with Kanye via Snapchat, it seems the world has gone into overdrive. And Taylor’s very own BFF is no exception to this pandemonium, having launched an epic rant on Twitter last night defended Tay-tay.

In since deleted Tweets, 26-year-old Taylor’s childhood best friend Abi defended the star against Kimye’s accusations that the singer lied about not giving Kanye permission to rap about her in the track Famous.

Abi writes, ‘I pray God helps your daughter [North] understand, that despite how many times she’ll hear daddy reference women as “bitches”, she isn’t one… I pray she understands her father actually IS faithful to her mother, despite the adulterous comments she will hear her father making’. 

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Abi continues, ‘Lastly, I pray for forgiveness. May God forgive you and your wife for doing the very things you pray are NEVER done to your daughter’. Screen Shot 2016-07-19 at 13.46.42

Abi signed off her rant with ‘Lord, hear my prayers’ before deleting all the tweets- the reasoning for which she explained to be on account of the death threats she had began to receive:

https://twitter.com/abiander/status/755183376156520449

Yep- that happened.

And it appears the feud between Camp Kimye and Camp Taylor has spiraled to new heights, with reports alluding to Taylor considering her options for sueing the couple for ‘character assassination’.

The Shake it Off singer took to Twitter to share a paragraph on her side of the situation, defending the fact she was never told ‘he was going to call me ‘that b**ch”.

Days like this make us very, very glad to not be mega rich and famous.

Well, maybe only *kinda* glad.

Alice Perry