Apparently Kim kept the receipts and Taylor had no clue!
On Sunday night, Kim Kardashian managed to break the Internet again, but this time it was for a very different reason. The reality TV star dragged Taylor Swift on social media after dropping a video that showed Kanye West and Tay Tay discussing the controversial lyrics from his now infamous track, “Famous.”
In a series of Snapchats posted on Kardashian's account Sunday night, fans were able to see portions of a phone call between West and Swift. Let's just say the conversation was very enlightening about what really happened between the two feuding musicians.
"For all my Southside n-----s that know me best / I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex," West said as he read off the lyrics to his new single.
"Umm, yeah go with whatever line you think is better," Swift responded. "It's obviously very tongue in cheek either way. And I really appreciate you telling me about it, that's really nice."
But that's not all. Swift even went ahead and THANKED West for calling her beforehand! "I really appreciate it, the heads up is so nice,” Swift continued in the video. "Even asking or seeing if I would be okay with it and I really appreciate it. I would never expect you to like tell me about a line in one of your songs."
The conversation is very surprising, considering Swift dedicated a portion of her Grammy speech to shade West for attempting to take credit for her success. However, Kardashian's video proves that Swift not only knew about the lyrics in advance, but that she also lied about the whole thing publicly.
Of course, Swift responded back with a well-articulated rebuttal of her own, but her swan song didn't hold quite the same tune this time. Damn, Tay Tay. Who knew you could bend the truth like that?!
To cover her bases, Swifty even threatened West with criminal prosecution months ago. TMZ obtained a copy of a letter sent by Swift's lawyer to West back in February. Under California law, it is illegal to secretly record a telephone conversation with someone else in the state. The phone call in question was recorded at an L.A. studio.
The letter reads: "Demand is hereby made that you immediately destroy all such recordings, provide us of assurance that this has been done, and also assurance that these recordings have not been previously disseminated."
What do you think of the whole drama? Whose side are you on? Hit the comments to dish and discuss.