Chris Brown tells Taylor Swift to 'shut the f**k up' amid Kanye West feud
Chris Brown has reportedly told Taylor Swift to "make music and shut the f**k up" amid her feud with Kanye West.
The 'Loyal' hitmaker has attempted to cool the situation by telling the 26-year-old singer to stop acting like a child and let it go after Kim Kardashian West exposed her conversation with the rapper over his track 'Famous'.
Comments he supposedly wrote on his official Instagram account, which were screengrabbed by a number of users before being deleted, said: "Make music and shut the f**k up.
"WHO GIVES A F**K. CELEBRITIES, FREEDOM OF SPEECH???, come back to f***ing planet earth. EVERYONE REALLY BE ACTING LIKE LITTLE ASS KIDS (EVEN ME AT TIMES) (sic)"
But the singer-songwriter appeared to be on a roll as he penned another message under Taylor's comment.
He supposedly wrote: "Our values or even our regular lives are too consumed by b******t. ME INCLUDED.
"I just wanna see things from artists (celebrities) that actually f***ing matter. I don't need the press nor am I dropping an album next week. (sic)
"I DON'T F**K WIT CELEBRITIES. Real talk. There isn't a core in them, ONLY THE SURFACE.(sic)"
However, not everyone has taken aim at Taylor as the director of her 'Bad Blood' music video Joseph Kahn jumped to her defence on Monday (18.07.16) after the recording was published on Snapchat the night before.
He tweeted: "Kanye didn't say the line "I made that b***h famous" on the call. It's like saying 'I want to love you' without 'in the a**.' (sic)"
He then took things one step further by likening Taylor to the Kardashian clan's family friend Nicole Brown Simpson, who was found dead at her home in California in 1994.
Kim's late father Robert Kardashian served as Nicole's ex-husband O.J Simpson's lawyer and the former football player was subsequently found not guilty of her murder.
He wrote: "Ain't the first time the Kardashians supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman."
And Joseph hadn't finished there as he launched a scathing attack on Kim and her family, branding her "untalented".
He posted: "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.
"The irony of one of the most untalented women in the world attacking one of the most talented."
Meanwhile, Taylor lashed out at Kim and Kanye earlier this week after the reality TV star released a clip of the pop star agreeing to her husband referencing her in his single.
However, the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker has argued that the 39-year-old rapper never told her he'd call her a "b***h."
Since the very public war of words between the trio, various celebrities - including Ruby Rose, Chloe Grace Moretz, Selina Gomez, Khloe Kardashian and Katy Perry - have weighed in on the argument with their own opinions.