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Gigi Hadid, Martha Hunt Support Taylor Swift After Indie Frontman's Attack

Martha Hunt,  Taylor Swift and Gigi Hadid perform on stage during the 1989 World Tour Live
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Martha Hunt,  Taylor Swift and Gigi Hadid perform on stage during the 1989 World Tour Live at Ford Field on May 30, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan.

Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt don't need their "Bad Blood" alter egos to shut down Grizzly Bear's Edward Droste's Taylor Swift attack -- they're doing it themselves and sticking up for a friend. 

It all started last week when Droste tweeted a picture of a tabloid article that called out Swift's alleged controlling ways with her friends. Droste captioned the picture "Obsessed that people are catching on."

But it isn't true. At least, not according to Hadid and Hunt, who -- as Swift Squad members -- would know. 

So that's that! Droste can forget about attending Swift's next big Instagram-worthy bash, but he's probably not too torn up about it. 

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