Jared Leto Twitter: ‘Suicide Squad’ Joker Apologizes To Taylor Swift Over Nasty Comments During 30 Seconds To Mars Studio Session [VIDEO]

Dec 08, 2015 03:57 PM EST | By Victoria Guerra

A few days back, TMZ published a video of Oscar-winning actor and 30 Seconds to Mars rocker, Jared Leto, where he hangs out with his band to listen to some music for inspiration, picking Taylor Swift's "1989" and looking quite unimpressed - and as fans took to social media, the star has now apologized through Jared Leto's Twitter.

The apology on Jared Leto's Twitter comes barely any time after TMZ leaked the video, where he listens to Swift's latest hit album for music inspiration while coming back to the studio, and ends up saying he didn't "give a f**k" about her.

"The truth is I think @taylorswift13 is amazing + an incredible example of what's possible," wrote Jared Leto on Twitter last Monday night, speaking about the leaked video and probably after thousands of Swifties went all "Miley, what's good?" on him. "If I hurt her or her fans my sincerest apologies."

According to Billboard, while the Jared Leto Twitter apology was definitely in order, it didn't seem as though the "Suicide Squad" Joker meant to disrespect or cause any harm to the 25 year-old singer, as they've even been photographed in the past (last summer, during the MTV Video Music Awards) and there seems to be no "Bad Blood" between them.

The Daily Mail reports that the clip Jared Leto's Twitter referred to is reportedly a few months old, and it sees the "Requiem for a Dream" actor and a fellow band member listening to three songs from "1989," namely "Welcome to New York" (which he was totally unimpressed by), "Blank Space" (where the lyrics "Starbucks lovers" rather surprised him") and finally "Style," which he called an "interesting little pop song."

In any case, it seems clear the singer-actor didn't mean the footage to be seen by anyone, though Swift has yet to respond to the original clip nor Jared Leto's Twitter response.

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