She used the relationship fallout as inspiration for her second album, “Fearless,” on songs such as “Forever & Always,” “Last Kiss,” “Better Than Revenge” and “Mr. Perfectly Fine.”
“Where the f–k does he get off dumping beautiful Taylor Swift,” Griffin asked her audience in the clip.
The comic also wrote over the video, “All I can say is this is from 2009, and I was right.”
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“Well, well, well… What else is there to say?” she added in the caption. “The House Griffin knows no queen but the queen in the north, whose name is Stark.”
Griffin isn’t the only celeb to come to Turner’s defense. Jessica Chastain reposted tweets Friday from feminist author Roxane Gay that read, “The way Joe Jonas miscalculated his popularity with his transparent attempts at PR manipulation, particularly when the North remembers is FASCINATING.
“And holding the children’s passports to keep them from their mother? Bruh. … And the thing is, these are not people I know or follow. I just read the ‘news.’ He has handled this SO badly that now I’m paying attention.”
Chastain, 46, applauded Gay, 48 further by calling her the “Oracle.”
In the lawsuit, she also claimed the DNCE lead singer had been withholding the passports of Willa, 3, and their 1-year-old daughter, whose name has not been made public, to keep them from going to the UK.
Jonas subsequently slammed the lawsuit, saying it goes against an “amicable co-parenting setup.”