You know, I bet if Nicole Brown Simpson wasn't rotting in the ground after being carved to death by someone that's not even a member of the Kardashian family, she would probably agree with this sentiment. Really though, what's the difference between defending the person responsible for the atrociously gruesome murder of a young, blonde woman and exposing someone - who happens to have the same skin tone and hair color - for playing the victim and lying to the general public? Pretty much one and the same as far as I am concerned.
I mean, if we can't hold Kim Kardashian - who was an unknown 14 year old at the time - responsible for O.J. Simpson walking free after murdering his wife in cold blood then who can we hold responsible?! If we can't compare her decision to defend her husband's honor to her morally compromised late father's decision to defend the case of his homicidal friend then I'm pretty much at a loss for accurate analogies. I know Taylor Swift is still alive and very much the guilty party here, but - assuming this isn't all just a huge publicity stunt (Spoiler Alert: It is) - I have to imagine that she's feeling just as much emotional distress as the deceased felt physical pain. Those completely deserved criticisms cut deep like a knife and even though not nearly as much 'Bad Blood' has been spilt, Taylor Swift's potentially hurt feelings are surely as irreparable as Nicole Brown Simpson's countless open stab wounds.