That Taylor/B.o.B. Video Shoot Really Bugged the Artists

"Trying to stay bug free," the rapper says, spraying himself with insect repellant in Nashville.

Pretty cool of rapper B.o.B. to come to Nashville to make the music video for the song "Both of Us," which he cut with Taylor Swift.

But it came at a price—bug bites.

B.o.B. tried to stave that off by spraying himself with repellent. "Trying to stay bug free," he told TV's Access Hollywood.

Didn't work. A giant spider—giant, according to Taylor, anyway—ended up on B.o.B's shoulder.

"It looked like a bird, it was that big," Taylor said. “It was hanging out there trying to kill him. And I saved his life. “

Taylor told the rapper the same thing: “I just saved your life.”

B.o.B.: "I’d do the same for you."

Now that's a true team, folks.

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