It can be recalled that the "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" alum was robbed at gunpoint in her hotel room at Hôtel de Pourtalès in Paris last October. That girl is pure evil.
Last summer on Snapchat, Kardashian released a phone call recording of Swift and West discussing West's controversial song Famous, and the internet branded Swift a "snake" - because earlier, Swift implied she was caught off guard when she was mentioned in the track.
Fans soon called Taylor out for the lyrics on Twitter, claiming it refers to Kim's traumatic robbery past year which saw her gagged and locked in the bathroom while the crooks made off with her jewellery.More news: Miiverse Ending Service On November 8
Predictably, fans and critics alike freaked out, stunned that Swift may finally be recognizing her faults.
One wrote, "Taylor Swift said in an interview in 2015 that the media paints her as some character who [sits] in a bathtub full of diamonds". She was recently awarded one dollar in her court case against DJ David Mueller, who she accused of grabbing her butt in 2013. In the song, from Swift's upcoming November album "Reputation", she embraces a darker pop sound with biting lyrics, a continuation of her fiery "Bad Blood" from her 2014 hit album "1989".
Some fans explain that Tay-Tay has a heart and would never be that cruel; however, details leading up to the release of the video makes it seem like she definitely could.More news: Nanoco Group PLC's (NANO) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at Peel Hunt
After all, before this video, Swift had shown absolutely no sign of even recognizing the criticisms that've been lobbed her way, let alone apologizing for them or working actively to fix her image. They are not going to give her or her new music any attention.
Perry, who Swift fell out with in a feud over backing dancers, also featured as Swift donned a short blonde wig, similar to Perry's current hairstyle, and crashed her auto as photographers looked on.
The single - which Swift released late Thursday night - racked up a whopping 10.129 million streams during its first 24 hours on Spotify, setting not just the record for the most day-one streams on the service, but the overall record for any song in a single day. "There she goes, playing the victim - again!". An excited Taylor's award acceptance speech is disrupted by an over-zealous Kanye, who barges onto the stage, snatches the mic from a baffled Taylor, and goes on to say that Beyonce's music track, Single Ladies, has the best video of the year.More news: Latest Analysts Reports: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (COG), Nuance Communications, Inc. (NUAN)
'I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, ' she said clutching her Moon Man trophy.
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