Taylor Swift's Music Video Director Joseph Kahn Lights Into the Kardashians: 'They Supported the Murderer!'

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Not “Out of the Woods” yet! As the battle of our generation wages on, celebs and others in the music industry are taking sides and packing up their kids in the minivan, just in case the Taylor Swift vs. Kimye feud incites the impending apocalypse.

Swift collaborator and celebrated music video director Joseph Kahn took a clear stance on Twitter on Monday, lashing out at the Kardashians by bringing up the O.J. Simpson murder trial -- which the late Robert Kardashian was involved in -- and Kim Kardashian’s 2007 sex tape with her ex Ray J.

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Kahn started his Twitter spree by retweeting Swift’s lengthy response to Kim’s Snapchat videos.

“I’ve worked with everybody. I don’t need to work with anybody Taylor is a rainbow in a swamp,” the director wrote.

He went on to call out the same points that Swift did in her note, but in a slightly more graphic way.

“Kanye didn’t say the line ‘I made that bitch famous’ on the call. It’s like saying ‘I want to love you’ with ‘in the a**,’” he wrote.

Kahn, who won a GRAMMY for his work on Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video, went on to pointedly call out the O.J. Simpson case and the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, writing, “Ain’t the first time the Kardashians supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman.”

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Though he didn’t respond to any commenters directly Kahn appeared to be calling several out when he wrote, “How dare you bring up a murder of a woman with the Kardashians – when no one knew what a Kardashian was until they supported the murderer! People always ask me how to be famous. My answer is simple. Have your dad defend murder of a woman. Release sex tape. That’s it. Good luck.”

Kahn wrapped up his rant with one last zinger, writing, “The irony of one of the most untalented women in the world attacking one of the most talented.”

Though he has never worked with Kanye (and now, probably never will), Kahn has collaborated with many industry greats including Eminem, Katy Perry, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Lady Gaga, Shakira, and more.

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