Things are getting seriously ugly in the ever-escalating feud between Taylor Swift and Kanye West.
As you may have heard, this week's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians offered some backstory on Kanye West's controversial "Famous" music video.
The clip memorably featured nude wax figures of Taylor Swift and several other celebrities.
Despite the presence of other familiar faces, however, West's shot seemed to be aimed squarely at Swift, who described Kanye's lyrics as "misogynistic" when she first heard the song.
The final blow from the Kimye camp came just after KUWTK aired, when Kim Snapchatted what she claimed was evidence that Taylor knew about the lyrics she later claimed to be offended by well before the song was recorded.
Aside from a brief Instagram statement clarifying that she did not know West would refer to her as "that bitch" on the track, Taylor has been mostly silent on the matter.
Enter her best friend, Abigail Anderson, who last night unleashed a series of tweets in a form that she knew would speak to Kanye in a personal way:
“Lord, hear my prayers," Anderson began.
"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.”
Shortly thereafter, Anderson deleted the tweets, explaining:
"For the record, I usually delete my tweets once the death threats start rolling in ... nothing more or less than that. #MovingOn,"
Battling might not be Anderson's day job, but we're pretty sure just dropped the mic on Yeezy.