Taylor Swift has been having a rough time of late, with many criticising her for writing so many songs about her short-lived romance with Harry Styles.
However, the man himself has come to her defence, telling the world that he quite likes the tracks that his ex has penned about him.
The One Direction star was asked how be felt about the situation during a new interview and dealt with the awkward question in a very gentlemanly way.
“We always say that we write from personal experience, I think everyone does. It’d be hypocritical of us to be like ‘Oh, you can’t write songs.'”
“And she’s really good, so they’re good songs. So I’m lucky in that sense.”
The couple dated for two months back in 2012 and it has been speculated that Harry was the inspiration for four of the songs on Swift’s new album 1989, including Out Of The Woods, Style, I Wish You Would and All You Had To Do Was Stay.
The album has since sold 1.2 units in its first week.