Kanye West and Taylor Swift Feud: Kim Kardashian's Snapchat Proves Taylor Swift Is A Liar? 'Shake It Off' Hitmaker Fights Back! [VIDEO]


In a sneak peak of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," the reality star, Kim Kardashian told her sister Kourtney Kardashian that "Shake It Off" hitmaker Taylor Swift, approved Kanye West's "Famous." To convince people more, the reality star posted the Snapchat video of West's conversation with Swift.

On Sunday night, July 17, the "KUWTK" reality star posted a series of clips of her husband's conversation with Tay on Snapchat. In the video, West and Swift are apparently talking about the lyrics of "Famous," which is now labelled as "offensive and derogatory," Vox reported.

After releasing the series of clips, the "Blank Space" hitmaker responded to team Kimye's claim. Swift post a long statement on Instagram on Sunday.

Later on, "Gold Digger" rapper took Twitter in response to Swift's statement. He claimed that the pop star helped him to create the idea, referring to "Famous" lyrics.

T.Swift is known for writing songs based on her life experience, especially about her previous relationship. Some reports suggest that most of her songs in her "1989" are all about her ex-beau Harry Styles.

"You Belong With Me" hitmaker also had a relationship with the "Your Body Is A Wonderland" hitmaker, John Mayer. As a matter of fact, T.Swift's "Dear John" has been speculated that it is about her relationship with Mayer.

Speaking with ex-boyfriend Mayer, he said that "Dear John" has humiliated him. "It made me feel terrible," the country-pop said in the new issue of Rolling Stone.

According to Mayer, he is good at taking accountability, however, he didn't deserve to feel that because he never did anything.

The couple, Kimye, are expecting Swift to sue them, according to the source of US Magazine. The series of clips published on Snapchat were not aired on "KUWTK" because it would require Swift to sign a release for the usage, and they don't want the network to be affected by this feud.

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