That Kanye West song "Famous", as you'll remember, re-ignited the drama between West and Swift in 2016, and Kim Kardashian found herself in the middle of it all when she leaked footage of Taylor Swift approving the line about her line previous year.
But her claims were later undermined by Kardashian after she posted snippets of a video to Snapchat which showed West talking to Swift on the phone.
Kanye's Famous video featured a wax figure of him sleeping nude on a bed with nude wax figures of Taylor, Kim and Donald Trump, among others. Just being called a rat would be shade enough, but fans have also commented that "snakes eat rats", suggesting that Taylor might soon get her revenge. In the clip of the call, Kanye never told her he was going to call her "that bitch" in the song nor did he ask permission to use a naked replica of Taylor in his music video.
Taylor since hit back with "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things", a song in which she alludes to a falling out with a frenemy.
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The elder Conyers, however, continued to deny the allegations leveled against him. "This goes with the issue of politics". Ian Conyers (D-Detroit), a great-nephew of the retiring Conyers, also has said he will seek to fill the seat.
West's song "Famous" was the source of enormous controversy a year ago, as he raps in it that he and Swift "might still have sex" because he "made that b--h famous". "I made that bitch famous".
While the Kimoji mogul captioned the pic with "famous", a simple shout-out to the single, Swifties were convinced the reality star was stirring the pot and flooded the comments with rat emojis. The picture is still on her profile and the comment section is still alive and well. In his song "Famous", Kanye rapped about Taylor in the line "For all my Southside n--s that know me best / I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why?"
"I never trust a narcissist But they love me".