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Jul 23, 2016 08:37 AM EDT

Taylor Swift’s Wikipedia Page Destroyed After Feud With Kim Kardashian, Kanye West


Taylor Swift's Wikipedia page was destroyed following the singer's feud with Kim Kardashian and the American rapper, Kanye West.

In the birth name section of Swift's Wikipedia page, the singer's name became "Taylor 'Slithering Snake Becky With the Good Lies' Alison Swift," an indication to Beyoncé calling Swift a lover's mistress as "Becky With the Good Hair."

The nasty trolls continue as it adds Regina George and victim to "Shake It Off" singer's list of nicknames and her occupations indicated liar, according to US Magazine.

The opening line of Taylor's Wikipedia bio section stated that Swift is an American singer-songwriter fraud that got dragged to the grave by Kim Kardashian.

Once the issue came to the attention of the Wikipedia editors, they fixed the Wikipedia page of Swift to its original state and put a lock on the page to ward off certain users from making further changes.

However, the feud between the celebrities ignited when Kim Kardashian shared a series of Snapchats that revealed Swift's phone call with Kanye. The call is said to be Kanye's plans to mention Swift in his track "Famous."

Swift retaliated on Instagram, accusing the celebrity couple of character assassination and the singer pointed out that she had never heard the full song of Kanye.

On the other hand, the American model Amber Rose, took the side of her ex-boyfriend Kanye West over the Taylor Swift vs. Kimye scandal, based on the report of Billboard.

Amber wasn't the only celebrity who recently reacted on the drama. Fergie, the female singer of "The Black Eyed Peas," shared her own thoughts on what's really happening behind the scenes between West and Swift, ET Online reported.

Fergie stated that these celebrities will probably all come together at the MTV Awards.

Watch the video as Amber Rose talks Taylor Swift and Kanye West feud:

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