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Although West and Swift made up following their memorable encounter at the 2009 MTV VMA awards — where he crashed the stage and declared Swift unworthy of her Best Female Video honor — the bad blood between the two was back after West released the single "Famous" in February.
RELATED: Kanye jokingly interrupts friend's wedding: ‘Imma let you finish…’ In the song, West raps, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that b--- famous." Not surprisingly, Swift wasn't happy about that line.
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I discovered rather quickly that I could not prepare a single set of presentations to use over and over again.
I love a man that is a gentleman when we go to dinner, but when I take him up to my apartment he rips my clothes off.And, if you are reading this as a young person or young adult who thinks I am being condescending, tough.In order to write an article such as this that is intended to reach the parents of potential victims, I have to be general in my assumptions and sweeping in my aim.She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message." (You can see the clip for yourself, but be warned, there's some not-safe-for-work language in it.) During their conversation, West read a portion of the lyrics to Swift — the "sex" line, in particular. She saw it as a "compliment." After telling West that she felt she was "this close to overexposure," he assured her that the line would be "a really cool thing to have." "I know!
I mean it's like a compliment kind of," she said, adding that it was "sweet" of him to even ask her about it.
On Sunday night, Kim Kardashian dropped a video that fanned the flames in a he-said/she-said fight between her husband and the pop singer over an insulting lyric on his new album.