Kim Kardashian Released That Video Of Taylor Swift And Kanye West Discussing ‘Famous’


Taylor Swift is definitely not happy about this.

Kim Kardashian has emptied out the “Taylor
Swift” section of her receipts drawer.

In a series of videos posted to Snapchat, the
recent Forbes cover girl shared what appears
to be a recording of her husband Kanye West
asking for — and getting — Taylor’s
permission to rap about her on his single

One video shows Kanye rapping the line “I
feel like me and Taylor might still have sex”
over the phone. “It’s like a compliment,” she
says. “I really appreciate you telling me
about it. That’s really nice.”

“I just have a responsibility to you as a
friend,” replies Kanye.

Back in February, a few lines from “Famous”
leaked ahead of its official release, and
Taylor’s camp denied that Kanye had ever
called her for approval. According to a
statement, Taylor had “cautioned him against
releasing a song with such a strong
misogynistic message. Taylor was never
made aware of the actual lyric, ‘I made that
bitch famous.’”

That part of the lyric — the “bitch” part —
still seems to be what Taylor’s most upset
about. “Where is the video of Kanye telling
me he was going to call me ‘that bitch’ in his
song?” she wrote in a note posted to Twitter
and Instagram. “It doesn’t exist because it
never happened.”

In February, Kanye tweeted that “bitch is an
endearing term in hip hop like the word n
—.” That distinction was apparently never
made clear to Taylor before the song came
out, though another Snapchat video appears
to show her approving a similar line: “It
made her famous.”

In her Forbes cover story, Kim claimed that
Taylor was just out to “play the victim again.”
A response statement from Taylor’s team
included the line, “Taylor cannot understand
why Kanye West, and now Kim Kardashian,
will not just leave her alone.”

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