The four-year-old phone call between Taylor Swift and Kanye West about his song “Famous” was leaked and it’s the full conversation this time.
In "Famous," Kanye raps, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex, Why? I made that b-tch famous."
When the song was released, Kanye called Taylor. At the beginning of the call, Kanye reveals the line "she owes me sex" to Taylor. Later, he also reveals the line "I made her famous." She finds the first one funny, but sounds uneasy about the second.
Towards the end of the phone call,Taylor explains that "she owes me sex" sounds like it's throwing shade. But, ultimately said it doesn't matter to her which line he chooses and that it was his call.
Taylor did mention that if Kanye used the word “b-tch," it would be mean.
The new clips seem to corroborate Taylor’s claims that Kanye didn't tell her the full lyrics of the song.
But they also show Kanye repeatedly asking Taylor for her approval of the sex lyric and she does tell him she thinks it’s funny, just as Kanye said when it the song first was released.
The new footage was posted online from an unknown source late Friday night and rapidly spread across social media.
Taylor’s fans are now claiming victory in the fight between Taylor and Kanye and Kim Kardashian.
On Saturday night, Taylor Swift kind of addressed the recently-leaked call by “liking” Tumblr posts about the ordeal.
One post she liked was,“Taylor told the truth mood board.”
Another post she liked: “How I sleep at night knowing we were right all this time and now we have the receipts to prove it.”
Taylor’s best friend Todrick Hall didn't hold back his thoughts over the leaked footage. He tweeted,“My heart breaks listening to that phone call, the fact that she even picked up the phone and wasted her valuable time to listen to that nincompoop speak is just a testament to how great a human she is. #KanyeWestIsOverParty,
“The sad part is that I'm sure there will be no apology from him or the millions of people who took those gifs of a conversation & trailer of an actual conversation as fact without ever hearing the convo in full. How does someone orchestrate a filming, not tell the unaware 'co-star' and still not be able to deliver an even semi-charming pitch to make themselves not look like a creepy fame hungry musical villain?
"This is just not right. I'm not a fan of cancel culture & people make mistakes but THIS is clearly no mistake. The entire thing is manipulative and calculated and awkward to even hear her have to respond to his non-question questions. Face with rolling eyes."
Sources: E!, People, NY Post.
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