Rihanna and Teyana Taylor got into a catty Twitter beef Tuesday after the "Diamonds" singer posted a video of a man named Yusef Williams mocking the G.O.O.D Music artist.
Williams, Rihanna's hair stylist, made headlines after he dressed up in a wig, imitating Taylor's acapella version of Anita Baker's "Caught Up In the Rapture of Love."
Speaking exclusively to EnStars Wednesday night, Williams said he made the video with no intent to hurt Taylor and said she actually sang the song really well.
"Honestly, I just finished making the wig. I started making the video. It was amazing, no malicious intent towards Teyana," he said. "I just think it was uncalled for. Teyana killed that song."
Williams also admitted that though he doesn't know Taylor personally, they have mutual friends.
When asked if Rihanna took Taylor's tweets personally, Williams said the "Diamonds" singer is too focused with her work to be going back and forth with Taylor.
"She [Rihanna] could care less. It was funny. Thats whats so funny. It wasn't like that," he said. "She doesn't care. That's her personality."
Williams also defended Rihanna and said she's not a "cyber bully."
"Cyber bully is harsh word. She is focused, being Rihanna. She is not sitting around. She didn't grab her phone. She is the most kind and giving person. I just think for that to go the way it went, it was uncalled for," he said.
In an earlier statement, Williams said that Taylor took the video and "ran like the wind."
"It turned into this big drama, but I guess it was all good at the end of the day to help with her new album. A little publicity doesn't hurt good or bad these days," he wrote.