Scott Eastwood attends the "Suicide Squad" world premiere at The Beacon Theatre on August 1, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Mireya Acierto/FilmMagic)
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August 5, 2016 3:47 PM EDT

While the latest dispatches from the never-ending Taylor Swift-Kimye feud have been reduced to reports of Tay crabwalking to her car, Clint Eastwood progeny and former T. Swift “Wildest Dreams” music video hunk Scott Eastwood has decided to weigh in on the beef of our generation.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, the Suicide Squad actor sang the praises of Swift in such glowing terms that he should get an automatic invite to her annual Fourth of July festivities next year.

“You look at great people like Taylor Swift, who is a fantastic role model to young women, and if I can sort of follow that path, that’s a nice thing to do,” Eastwood said. “She’s great, she’s the best. I think there should be more artists and people who have the platform to do that, be a really positive role model in people’s lives.”

It’s a nice statement from a man who recently made headlines for referring to women in terms too vulgar to repeat here, during a joint interview with his father in Esquire.

[h/t MTV]


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