Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Don’t Care About Taylor Swift’s New Song — Report
Kanye West’s name has been splashed across the press headlines for days — and not from his own doing.
But even though the song is sort of, well, breaking the internet, ‘Ye reportedly can’t be bothered with this long-stale feud.
Fans can’t get enough of Taylor’s comeback, racking up tens of millions of views on her video for the single, which dropped at Sunday’s 2017 MTV VMAs.
If there was any confusion over Kanye (and wife Kim Kardashian) being a target in the diss track, that was all cleared up in this clip.
The 27-year-old has been somewhat relentless in her clapback, with some thinking her choice to release the album on the 10th anniversary of Kanye’s mother’s death as a deliberate move.
Still, sources close to the hip hop star and his reality icon wife tell TMZ this feud is now one-sided.
The Kardashian-Wests reportedly see the drama, which started with the 40-year-old referencing T Swift with the lyric “I made that b—ch famous,” as old news.
That includes Kim, who apparently thought the whole feud was over a year ago when she released the Snapchat video showing the pop star giving Kanye permission to use the lyric.
However, there is one conflict the “All Day” rapper is hoping to solve — that with former friend and collaborator Jay-Z.
The source spills that he’s been torn up over their recent issues related to both business (and Jay’s Tidal streaming company) and family (their drama over wives Kim and Beyoncé).
Still, the insider seems to believe this feud will be short-lived.
“They're like brothers who fight but feel bad about it and always end up coming together,” the source details.
Addressing the situation on a podcast recently, Jay-Z said, “What really hurt me, you can’t bring my kid or my wife into it …We’ve gotten past bigger issues, but you brought my family into it, now it’s a problem with me.”
He added, “And he knows he crossed the line. He knows. And I know he knows.”
Clearly, Yeezy has other things to worry about, so it’s no surprise Tay “isn’t even on his radar.”
Still, this feud (however one-sided) will likely continue to be referenced in her music, as the Reputation album title alone promises plenty more tea-spilling to come.
Hey, drama sells!