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It’s possible that Kardashian could have simply omitted any portions that were unfavorable to West.
But for the most part it doesn’t appear that Swift’s words are spliced together or edited in a misleading way — the videos use her full sentences.
After Kardashian posted the recording to Snapchat on Sunday, Swift posted a response on Instagram, explaining that though she was cordial and encouraging when West called her to discuss the song, West ultimately pulled a bait and switch on her: Swift’s story changes a bit.
This video contradicts Swift and her publicist's claim that West didn’t call Swift to get her approval of the "Famous" lyrics, and that she tried to talk him out of releasing the song and the verse.
"If people ask me about it, I think it would be great for me to be like, ‘Look, he called me and told me about the line,’" she says in the recording — a sentence that’s so out of line with the public feud we’ve been watching ever since, you'd think it would be made up.
In the recording, she and West discuss the line "I think me and Taylor might still have sex" and West saying that he made Swift famous, but not the part where West calls her "that bitch." "While I wanted to be supportive of Kanye on the phone call, you cannot ‘approve’ of a song you haven’t heard," Swift wrote on Instagram on Sunday.
"Being falsely painted as a liar when I was never given the full story or played any part of the song is character assassination." Taylor Swift and her success are a strange phenomenon.
On Sunday night, Kardashian posted a series of videos on Snapchat in which West, her husband, was talking to Swift on the phone about his song "Famous" — a song that Swift has labeled as offensive and derogatory.
Because Snapchat is a strange beast and everything on the social media platform is temporary, here is a (hopefully more permanent) video of what Kim posted, as recorded by a Kanye West fan Twitter account: "I really appreciate you telling me about it. "It’s all very tongue-in-cheek either way." If you’re just tuning in to the ongoing drama between Swift, West, and Kardashian, the video looks like two friends chatting.Fourteen years ago, when Taylor Swift was just 12, a woman named Whitney Houston asked for the receipts. Journalist Diane Sawyer had asked Houston to comment on an alleged 0,000 drug problem."I wanna see the receipts." Houston calmly replied, daring Sawyer to come up with an itemized list of purchases from Houston’s alleged dealer.If you go by that account, all the politeness that's seen in the video isn't supposed to exist.But now that Kardashian made Swift and West’s conversation public, Swift’s new story is that when she and West talked, he didn’t tell her he was going to call her a "bitch." She says he didn’t give her the full story on the phone.Critics and her biggest fans will openly tell you that she doesn’t have the best voice or the best technical skills.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating