Flavor Flav Wants to 'Punch Anyone' Who Hurt Taylor Swift's Feelings After Hearing “The Tortured Poets Department”

The Public Enemy rapper wrote on X (formerly Twitter) that "no one can punch them worse than Taylor and her piano and pen"

<p>Noam Galai/Getty; Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty</p> Flavor Flav, Taylor Swift

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Flavor Flav, Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift's new album just got the review fans have been waiting for... from Flavor Flav!

The Public Enemy lyricist and self-proclaimed "King Swiftie," 65, let Swift know on X (formerly Twitter) what he thinks of The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology, and how the album made him want to "punch anyone that hurt that woman’s feelings."

"The best art is created from struggle and sadness,,, da anthology is sad and real and Taylor," Flav wrote in response to Swift's album description on the platform. "It makes me wanna punch anyone that hurt that woman’s feelings,,, but no one can punch them worse than Taylor and her piano and pen."

"happy she found happiness," he added, alongside a few clapping emojis.

Related: Taylor Swift’s Tortured Poets Lyrics Detail Fury and Heartbreak in Joe Alwyn, Matty Healy Relationships

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty</p> Taylor Swift and Flavor Flav attend the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards

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Taylor Swift and Flavor Flav attend the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Fans of Swift, 34, are already appreciating the rapper's sentiment, with a few calling his emotional tweet "icon behavior" and thanking him for his "incredibly sweet" take.

Other MCs have also given Swift's new LP their co-sign today, including Rick Ross, who — in the midst of beefing with Drake — saluted Swift for a couple of her latest song titles (specifically, "Fresh Out the Slammer" and "Florida!!!").

"Blasting on the Yacht at Midnight," Ross wrote on X. "Taylor writes like a Boss and her song titles are Gangsta."

Related: Mary J. Blige Reacts to Flavor Flav Comparing Her Writing Style to Taylor Swift: 'It's Kind of Similar' (Exclusive)

<p>Mike Coppola/WireImage</p> Flavor Flav

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Flavor Flav

Of course, Flav hasn't been shy about his admiration for the hit-maker for quite some time, telling the Los Angeles Times in a recent interview that Swift was aware of the "King Swiftie" title that some of her fans have bestowed upon him.

“The discussion [at the event] was about me congratulating her on all her success. And me being a big fan of hers, a big supporter of hers," he said of speaking with Swift at the 2024 Grammys in February. “Having her acknowledge that her fan base ‘Swifties’ gave me a name, ‘King Swiftie.' I said, ‘You know they call me King Swiftie?’ She said, ‘I know!'”

“Yo, when I heard her say that, that was huge for me.”

<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty</p> Flavor Flav

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Flavor Flav

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In a January interview with HOT 97’s Ebro in the Morning, Flav — who first met Swift at the iHeartRadio Awards in March 2023 — also revealed his favorite Swift hit, sharing that "Bad Blood" tops the list for him.

“I mean, that’s [about] everybody’s relationships, or everybody’s families, or everybody’s friendships, it’s like, you know, ‘I used to be good friends, now you did something to me, now we got bad blood, look what you’ve done!'” he said.

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