Ruby Rose
Ruby Rose (L) accepts the Stephen F. Kolzak Award from Taylor Swift during the 27th annual GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills, California April 2, 2016. Reuters/Phil McCarten

Australian actress Ruby Rose has taken to Twitter to reveal that there is no feud between her and Khloé Kardashian with respect to the Kanye West-Taylor Swift-Kim Kardashian lyrics controversy. She has even blamed the media for blowing things out of proportion and trying to start a “full-blown war.”

“There is a reason @khloekardashian and I still follow each other on Twitter ... it’s called not judging someone,” Ruby wrote on Twitter.

Ruby added that she never dragged or insulted Khloé when their opinions clashed. Instead, they spoke as that’s what adults do. She said that the two took some time to understand and accept the different views they had on certain matters. Ruby believes having different views does not make another an enemy.

The long-dragging celebrity drama between Kanye West and Taylor Swift peaked in February when Kanye released his song “Famous” that had a line referencing Taylor. The lyrics went, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b–h famous.”

While Taylor’s people said she never approved the song, West said he and Taylor had an hour-long conversation about it over phone. The internet exploded over the feud and many celebrities took to social media to let their opinions be known. Kim Kardashian fired off a secretly recorded Snapchat video that reportedly proved Taylor did give her permission to go ahead with the lyrics.

Ruby also lashed out at Khloé for publicly shaming 19-year-old Chloë Grace Moretz after the “Bad Neighbours 2” actress also tweeted about the feud. However, Ruby has had enough of it and wants none of it. She pointed out that despite having differences in opinion on certain matters, both Khloé and Ruby are still following each other on Twitter as that’s what adults do.