Taylor Swift & Kim Kardashian react to leaked Kanye West phone call! Kim K reaction to the full 2016 recording leak a clap back?
It’s hard keeping up with the Kardashians news, but they make sure you have something to watch when it comes to that family celebrity gossip. A lonely man speaks on Kim Kardashian reaction to the new Kanye West Taylor Swift phone call leak. The long-running feud between the pop singer, the reality TV star and the rapper was reignited once again after the Kanye West Taylor Swift phone call recording went viral on social media over the weekend. Kim Kardashian West clapped back at Taylor Swift on Twitter to defend the leaked Kanye West video discussing the Famous lyrics.
Tensions arose between the singer, reality star and rapper after the Famous song’s release in 2016. Following the release of Kanye West’s “Famous,” Taylor Swift blasted the rapper for his lyrics in which he states: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have s / I made that b famous.” Taylor Swift called Kanye West’s lyrics “misogynistic” and argued that she never approved them. At the time, Kardashian West took to Snapchat to post a series of clips showing Taylor Swift Kanye West phone call, with the singer overheard thanking Yeezy for calling her to discuss the song and described the famous lyric of them as a “compliment.” The viral moment resulted in Kardashian West referring to Taylor Swift on Twitter with the snake emoji — a symbol Swift later went on to reference throughout her 2017 reputation album.
Now that infamous Taylor Swift And Kanye West phone call is breaking the internet once again after unseen footage from the leaked video went viral over the weekend, leaving many to take sides in who was telling the truth.
Taylor Swift Kanye West phone call After the viral video leaked online, Swift broke her silence on the unseen footage, stating it simply proved “that I was telling the truth the whole time about ‘that call.'” The singer then goes on to say the video proves that the original clips posted by Kardashian West were “edited and manipulated.”
“Instead of answering those who are asking how I feel about the video footage that leaked,” the singer wrote via Instagram Stories, “proving that I was telling the truth the whole time about *that call* (you know, the one that was illegally recorded that somebody edited, and manipulated in order to frame me and put me, my family, and fans through hell for 4 years)… SWIPE UP to see what really matters.” Swift then added a link for The World Health Organization and Feeding America so fans could join her in donating through the coronavirus crisis. Her statement marked the first time the singer had discussed the Kim Kardashian Kanye West beef since her September cover story for Vogue magazine last year, in which she Calle the “mass public shaming” she received an “isolating experience.”
Taylor Swift’s subtle comments about the phone call leak did not get a positive Kardashian West reaction, who took to Twitter to defend her husband Kanye West and herself, calling the singer out for reigniting “an old exchange.”