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Taylor Swift's best friend slams Kim and Kanye

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Taylor Swift's best friend slams Kim and Kanye

Taylor Swift's best friend has blasted Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West.

Abigail Anderson - who met Taylor as a teenager and is referenced in her song 'Fifteen' - took to Twitter to slam the couple after Kim leaked a series of videos on Snapchat, featuring her spouse on the phone to Taylor discussing the controversial lyrics to his track 'Famous'.

Abigail tweeted: "Lord, hear my prayers. ... I pray God helps your daughter understand, that despite how many times she'll hear daddy reference all women as 'bitches,' she isn't one.

"I pray she understands her father actually IS faithful to her mother, despite all the adulterous comments she will hear her father making. ...

"I pray that she will understand 'adultery and bitches' are just daddy's form of art and not to worry because not every man thinks like him. ...

"Lastly, I pray for forgiveness. May God forgive you & your wife for doing to others the very things you pray are NEVER done to your daughter (sic)."

Kim and Kanye have daughter North, three and son Saint, seven months, together.

Meanwhile, Abigail added: "Guys...I will always stand by my best friend. There's no point in fighting over than. #BlessIt (sic)."

She also retweeted a message from Selena Gomez, which said: "Truth is last thing we need right now is hate, in any form (sic)."

However, Abigail soon deleted most of her tweets, claiming she had been getting death threats.

She wrote: "For the record, I usually delete my tweets once the death threats start rolling in...nothing more or less than that. #MovingOn (sic)."

Kim reportedly decided to act because she didn't want people thinking Kanye is a "liar" after Taylor previously insisted she had never given her approval to the song.

The track includes the lines "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous," in reference to Kanye interrupting her acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs in 2009.