By: Carly Ledbetter
Amid all the Taylor Swift and Kimye drama that unfolded a few weeks ago, many expected Swift's squad to step up and defend their loyal leader.
Though Selena Gomez sort of stepped in to shoo attention away from the "Style" singer, others ― like besties Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne, Lorde, Lena Dunham, Serayah and Lily Aldridge ― have stayed silent.
In a new interview with The Sunday Times, Kloss finally addressed Kim Kardashian, but was diplomatic with her comments.
"I think she's been a lovely person to me in the past," the supermodel said. "Look, I really don't know her that well."
It appears Kloss doesn't want bad blood with anyone! Perhaps part of that comes from being bullied when she was younger (and not wanting to receive any online-hate from Kim's loyal followers).
"I feel like I've personally grown very thick-skinned in my own life," the 24-year-old said. "Whether it was back in my middle-school and high-school bullied days, or being in a career in the public eye."
Kloss added, "In this day and age, it's really easy for people to be bullies from a distance, whether you're in a small town, with girls in high school who write something mean or malicious on a Facebook wall or an Instagram post ... "
Luckily, the supermodel has her own squad to back her up, telling The Times, "My closest friends, really, are my sisters and my mum."
To read the rest of Kloss' interview, head here.