A selected unreleased clip that the 30-year-old singer told her the truth about West’s call in 2016. The world thought Kanye West and Kim Kardashian‘s fight against Taylor Swift had already ended; However, they were all wrong. Well, after four years, the problems resurfaced last weekend.
All because a new video came to light and showed that Taylor Swift was telling the truth at all times, and who dubbed the reality were Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. In this recording, you see when West calls the singer to give her a sample of a couple of lines from her song “Famous”.
During the call, the rapper opined that the lyrics should not be interpreted negatively. “I don’t think it’s bad” West told him. To which Taylor only replied that he let her listen.
“It says umm, and the funny thing is the first time I put it on and my wife heard it and said like, ‘huh? It’s too crazy, blah, blah, blah.’ And then when the Die Antwoord Ninja heard it God said, OMG Kanye, this is so crazy! So I love Kanye, blah, blah. “And now it’s my wife’s favorite line. So I just wanted to tell you before. So something like this says, “To all my southern blacks who know me, I feel like Taylor Swift owes me sex,” the 42-year-old rapper sang.
And although Swift didn’t seem very comfortable with the idea, he accepted that they were not “bad cards.” “I had never expected her to tell me about a line in one of your songs. … It’s a really good thing“, she added.
“That’s why I’m calling you: You have an army, you have a damn country of two million people, calls. What if you think it’s fun, cool and hip hop? And if you feel like the artist Ye is and that And I think people would really like it and so I think it could be a great move if you were the one to say, “I really like this song. Or whatever, this song is great. “Because I also have shit in the rest of my album that says:” I bet RJ (Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend) and I would be friends”, he said. Lyrics also said “The I made famous.“
Hearing this, the singer laughed at the rest that West’s album declared, but made it clear that she had to think a bit, as it seemed like an idea – a crazy idea.
“OMG! Wow, I think they had to think about it, because it’s the first time I’ve heard it. I would have to think about it, because it’s absolutely insane,” he specified.
However, that was the only line of the song he heard. And, when the song was released to everyone, the song not only talked about the 30-year-old singer, but also said I made that bitch famous. Which translates to “I made that bitch famous.”
When testifying about this song in 2016, the song specifically that she had never approved of being called a “bitch” in the song.
Last Monday, the singer referred to the information that came to light in an Instagram story. But complicated that I would prefer people to focus on the global situation that is affecting everyone.
“Instead of answering those of us who asked about the leaked video, showing that he was telling the truth all the time about * that call * (you know, the one that was illegally recorded that someone edited and tampered with to make me look bad and we were made to Me, my family, and my fans go through hell for 4 years) … scroll up to see what really matters”, she wrote on her account, where a link redirected to the “Feeding America ” page.
“The World Food and Health Organization of America are some of the organizations that the state has been donating to. If you have the possibility, join me to donate during this crisis”, in addition.
But Kardashian West was not going to let the singer have the last word, so after Swift’s comments, she also included something else to the fight in a series of tweets that she published on her account.
“Taylor Swift has chosen to revive an old exchange, which right now feels very selfish given the suffering millions of real victims are facing right now. I have no need to comment a few days ago, and I’m actually really embarrassed and mortified to comment right now, but since she’s still talking about it, I feel like I have no choice but to reply because she’s really lying” she wrote.
“To be clear, the only problem I had regarding the situation was that Taylor lied through his publicist who stated that” Kanye never asked for permission … ” They spoke clearly, so I let them see that. No one denied that the word “bitch” was used without their permission. At the time they spoke, the song had not yet been fully written, but as everyone can see from the video, he manipulated the truth of their actual conversation into his statement when his team said ‘He declined and warned her about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message’. The lie was never about the word bitch, it was always whether there really was a call or not and the tone of the conversation” he added.
“I never edited the recording (another lie): I just posted a few clips on Snapchat to make my point and the recently leaked full video doesn’t change the narrative. Also, Kanye as an artist has every right to
document his journey and musical process, such as she did recently through her documentary. Kanye has documented the making of all of her albums for her personal archive, however, she has never released any for public consumption and the call between the two would have remained private or wasted if she I would not have lied and forced myself to defend it. This will be the last time I speak about this because honestly nobody cares. I am sorry to bore you all with this. I know that all of you are dealing with more serious and important matters” he concluded his statement. .
But once again, Swift’s team was not going to sit idly by and the singer’s publicist republished the statement she made in 2016 via Twitter, in response to one of Kardashian’s tweets.
“I am a Taylor Publicist and this is my original statement, UNEDITED. By the way, when you take parts of a video, that is edit. PS Who were you mad at for leaking that video?” She joked.
“Kanye did not ask for approval, but instead asked Taylor to release her single ‘Famous’ on her Twitter account. She refused and warned her about the release of a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor never discovered the actual lyrics. : ‘I made that bitch famous'” a message Rolling Stone magazine confirmed was the same as when it originally covered the story.
The origin of this problem came when West interrupted Swift during her speech at the Video Music Awards in 2009. However, everything was left behind when the couple was photographed at the 2015 Grammys and when Swift gave West a VMA. . But, months later, it was when West released the infamous song, which was part of The Life of Pablo album.