Jack Antonoff says Kanye West “just needs his diaper changed so badly”.

Jack Antonoff will always have Taylor Swift's back

Jack Antonoff will always have Taylor Swift's back

The Bleachers star has hit out at the controversial rapper again and defended his close pal and collaborator Taylor Swift's songwriting abilities.

The studio wizard says questioning the 'Anti-Hero' hitmaker's capabilities “is like challenging someone’s faith in God. You just don’t go there."

He told the Los Angeles Times: “I’m a little b**** sometimes.

“But you come after my friend Taylor, you’re toast to me.”

Jack said of the 'Stronger' rapper: “It’s been a long time since I would’ve taken Kanye’s call.

“I’m so incredibly bored when someone doesn’t have the sauce anymore, so they go elsewhere to shock. It’s just a remarkable waste of space.”

Kanye has feuded with Taylor ever since he crashed the pop idol's acceptance speech at the 2009 VMAs after she won the best female video prize for 'You Belong With Me'.

Kanye jumped on stage and took the microphone from her, before saying: "Yo, Taylor, I'm really happy for you, I'mma let you finish.

"But Beyonce had one of the best videos of all-time! One of the best videos of all-time."

He recently professed that he's been "more helpful" to Taylor Swift's career "than harmful".

Whilst denying claims Taylor - who is dating NFL superstar Travis Kelce - had Kanye and his wife Bianca Censori removed from the Super Bowl VIII this month, he claimed he was on the 'Bad Blood' hitmaker's "side" when she got into a row with Scooter Braun over the rights to her masters.

He wrote on Instagram: "Remember I was on Taylor's side when Scooter bought her masters behind her back

"She and Beyoncé are big inspirations to all musicians we always say how both sell out tours and movies.

"Also, I’m sure I’ve been far more helpful to Taylor Swift’s career than harmful

"To all Taylor Swift fans I am not your enemy uuum im not your friend either though lol (sic)"

Meanwhile, Kanye has gotten himself into more hot water after using samples of Ozzy Osbourne and Donna Summer's hits without their permission.