Todrick Hall launches scathing attack on Kim Kardashian in defence of Taylor Swift – and he doesn’t hold back

Todrick Hall and Taylor Swift pose backstage at the hit musical Kinky Boots on Broadway at The Al Hirschfeld Theater on November 23, 2016 in New York City.

Taylor Swift had no need to clap back at Kim Kardashian after her Twitter rant, because she’s got friends like Todrick Hall who are more than happy to do it for her.

The singer and YouTube star leapt to Swift’s defence in his Instagram stories today, blasting Kim Kardashian as a “stubborn little queef” and warning her: “Don’t f**k with my friends.”

For those who haven’t been following the drama, yesterday the world celebrated the #KimKardashianIsOverParty after a leaked video revealed the truth about that phone call back in 2016.

The footage of a stuttering Kanye humbly asking Taylor Swift for permission to use her name in his song proved that the celebrity couple had lied about the exchange, which led to years of online bullying for Swift.

As Taylor Swift told fans she felt “vindicated”, Kim Kardashian scrambled to defend herself and her husband in a 9-part Twitter thread where she maintained that, despite clear evidence to the contrary, Swift was still lying.

Rather than respond, Taylor has taken the high road and is directing her fans to charitable causes helping those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Her friends, however, have taken a different tack.

“I CANNOT STAND THIS WOMAN!” Todrick Hall declared in his Instagram story, before proceeding to refute every point in Kim’s tweets.

“1. Taylor didn’t reignite anything, Kris probably leaked this footage her damn self. 2. After your Ray J video [which] publicly documented every crevice of your vagina I highly doubt that you’re embarrassed NOW to respond to this.

“3. Just apologise, you self absorbed, entitled, stubborn little queef.”


But he wasn’t done. “[Taylor] was CLEARLY uncomfortable with the situation,” he wrote, directly shaming Kim and Kanye.

“No one would ever give permission without ever hearing the song. If they had time to shadily record all this footage, they had time to shoot over an email with the finished product for approval once the song was done.”

The shade continued: “They failed to mention they were going to have a life sized nude figure of Taylor in the bed with Kanye in the video.

“You want to make Taylor and Kim naked in the video but not himself, show those cakes Kanye if you’re going to force the women in your video to be naked.

“Double standards and just shady boots dot com.”

And in his final, devastating burn, he questioned Kim’s understanding of the term “editing”, noting that it is “a concept you should be very well acquainted and familiar with as you’ve done it only to this footage but your butt, your hair, the list goes on”.