Kim Kardashian meant no shade when she released Taylor Swift videos
23 September 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift recently got involved in a feud after the mother-of-two released a series of videos on Snapchat regarding her husband’s conversation with the “Shake It Off” singer over the song “Famous.”
Kardashian revealed in her interview with Wonderland magazine that she did not mean any shade when she released the videos. She shared, "I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest." Kardashian even said that she is still a fan of Swift as she likes her music and there was no shade intended regarding the Snapchat videos.
West’s “Famous” song has been so controversial as one of the lines says, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? ‘Cause I made that b** ch famous.” In the Snapchat videos, Swift was heart allegedly approving the song of West. Swift said in the phone call that it was lie a compliment but a representative claims she was only made aware of the line “I made that b** ch famous” and not the first part where her name was stated.
Kardashian said days after the video was released in another interview that she claps back when she feels like someone is being fake. Swift did not mention West by name during her Grammy Awards speech but it is believed that she was directing her acceptance speech to the rapper. An insider said during the release of the video that Kardashian was tired of Swift being portrayed as an angel.
Kardashian also said in a statement, "Girls in her squad hit me up on text. I'm not petty.” She did not drop names and did not give details about the messages sent to her by Swift’s friends.
The latest issue of Wonderland magazine will be out in the U.K. this Friday and will be available in the U.S. this October.