Kim is now in love with Taylor Swift's Music
Kim is now in love with Taylor Swift's Music
Updated on August 23, 2022 15:03 PM by Ella Bina
Kim is playing Love Story by Taylor on an ideal weekend
During a 2009 red carpet event, Kardashian was asked by Entertainment Tonight what her favorite song was. Taylor Swift is the top tune on my iPod, the celebrity said.
I recently joined Twitter and declared, "I'm the biggest Taylor Swift fan. I enjoy watching her on Twitter."
Before correcting herself, Kardashian said, "I mean following you, Taylor. I'm watching you."
That was before Kardashian and Swift started fighting while married to the musician Kanye West.
When West stormed the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards after Swift won the best female music video, their fight began the same year as Kardashian's video appeared again.
Kanye West had once insulted Swift
West snatched the microphone from Taylor and asserted that Beyoncé ought to have won in its place.
Swift and West both discussed the incident in interviews and wrote songs about it after it became part of music history.
They finally made amends, and at the 2015 VMAs, Swift gave West the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
However, the connection deteriorated again after West dropped his notorious song, Famous, from his The Life of Pablo album, where he rapped: "I think Taylor and I still might be having sexual intercourse. Why? I gave that b***h notoriety."
At that point, West had been married to Kardashian for two years and asserted that Swift was the one who had originally thought up the song's lyrics, had approved West's recording of it, and was also aware of the lyrics.
Swift rejected this claim, but Kardashian intervened to defend her spouse
Kim Kardashian discussed the event with GQ magazine in a June 2016 interview.
Kim told GQ, "She fully approved that." "She was fully aware that will be revealed. She suddenly wanted to pretend that she didn't. My husband gets so much flack for stuff even though he followed the correct procedure and even called to get it approved, I swear."
She continued, "What rapper would call a girl that he was about to rap a line about to obtain approval?
Taylor approved the video by Kanye
Then, a month later, Kim shared a video of West and Swift's phone chat, during which Swift is said to have given her approval.
Swift retorts, "It seems like a compliment," after West appears to run the line, "I feel like I and Taylor might still have sex."
Swift asserts that she was unaware of the "made that b***h famous" phrase. The singer wrote in a deleted Instagram post: "Where is Kanye informing me he was going to refer to me as 'that b***h' in his song? It never happened. Thus it doesn't exist.
"Character assassination" is when someone falsely accuses someone of lying when they never told them the whole truth or let them play any part in the song.
Then, in 2020, a purportedly unedited video of Swift and West's phone call from 2016 appeared online. Swift's denial that she ever approved of the lyric and was unaware that it contained the phrase "made that b***h famous" was viewed as confirmation by her supporters that she was speaking the truth.
Following the most recent leak, Kardashian said Swift was lying on Twitter.
Kardashian tweeted: ".@taylorswift13 has chosen to reignite an old exchange
That, at this moment, feels incredibly self-serving given the agony millions of real victims are experiencing.
"I didn't feel the need to remark a few days ago, and I'm embarrassed and horrified to be doing it right now, but because she keeps talking about it, I feel I have no option but to respond because she is genuinely lying, even though I'm mortified and embarrassed to be doing it.
The only problem I ever had with the circumstance was that Taylor lied via her representative, who claimed that Kanye "never phoned to ask for permission..." I let you all hear and see how they spoke. No one ever denied using the word "b***h" without getting her consent.
She fabricated the truth of their actual conversation when her team claimed she "declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message" in their statement, as everyone can see in the video.
"The deception was always about whether or not there was a call and the tone of the conversation, never about the word b***h"
In her Snapchat posts from 2016, Kardashian West also denied manipulating the video, saying, "I simply put a few bits on Snapchat to make my point and the whole video that surfaced doesn't change the story."
Despite the ongoing conflict for over ten years, Kim Kardashian acknowledged last year that she still enjoys Swift's music.
"Many of her songs are among my favorites. I would have to check my phone to find the album's name. Some supporters believe Swift may be preparing to rekindle the conflict.
According to reports, Taylor is preparing to release 20 songs "from the vault" that she had previously recorded for her album 1989, which was released in 2014.
Swift typically published a new album every two years. Still, after the Kardashian-West dispute began, she skipped a year without a highly anticipated record.
Therefore, fans think that some of the material she had planned to post at the time may be revealed now and may reference the conflict with the famous exes.