RuPaul's Drag Race star and BFF to Taylor Swift, Todrick Hall, has gone on a pretty intense Instagram rant aimed at Kim Kardashian, branding her a "stubborn little queef" and accusing her of "documenting every crevice of your vagina" as he calls on her to apologise to the "Lover" singer over their feud. Post that, Kim released several footage of Kanye's phone call with Taylor. Fans of both stars claimed victory, eagerly awaiting responses from Swift and Kardashian.
There comes a moment in some long-running stories where who said what, and when, stops mattering. Just one day after Swift responded to the full leaked version of the call on her Instagram Stories, Kim Kardashian West took to social media yesterday (March 23) to defend West and call out Swift for "lying" and digging up old bones.
It wasn't the most unifying fundraiser.
Kanye West snatched the microphone from Taylor Swift as she accepted her 2009 MTV Music Video Award.
"To be clear, the only issue I ever had around the situation was that Taylor lied through her publicist who stated that 'Kanye never called to ask for permission...' They clearly spoke so I let you all see that. At the time when they spoke the song had not been fully written yet, but as everyone can see in the video, she manipulated the truth of their actual conversation in her statement when her team said she 'declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message'". She took a swipe at Kardashian who released a clip of the original phone call but removed some parts of it.
"I'm going to send you the song and send you the exact wording and everything about it, right?" It's obviously very tongue-in-cheek either way.
"OK for reals now, I'm going to have KKW read me a bedtime story!" The video contained a myriad of celebs-including Donald Trump, Amber Rose, Ray J, and Taylor Swift-depicted by nude wax figures in bed with West.
"She totally knew that that was coming out". Swift also doesn't want to speak about this again, but she was framed. Kardashian then released footage that allegedly showed Swift signing off on the line, and now years later, the full unedited video seems to show the exact opposite of that.
Audio that purports to represent a phone conversation between Kaye and Taylor includes the blonde singer reacting to some of the lyrics in a seemingly positive way.
Taylor wondered: Wouldn't people be a bit confused about why she would do that for him?
But more than anything, I was grossed out to see a man hopping in women's business to stoop to levels that even Swift herself, after years of alleged bullying and tarnishing of her image, wouldn't herself go.
"Well, is it gonna be mean?"
Paine tweeted her original statement, which states Swift was never made aware of the "b--h" lyric, and that West had called her to release "Famous" on her Twitter account, rather than to ask permission. No one cares. Nobody gives a f**k about this bulls**t with you and Taylor Swift. "I didn't think about the fact that we didn't tell you you were being recorded, '" he continued. She keeps experimenting with her looks all the time, making some of the most stunning appearances at her stylish best.
Kardashian went on to tweet that it was National Snake Day, referencing the outing of Swift as a snake in the grass.