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Kim Kardashian-West blasts Taylor Swift over Kanye West song and Drake sets new record



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The big news story today is the he said, she said story between Kanye West and Taylor Swift. If you recall, Kanye West shouted out Taylor Swift on his song, "Famous" which also features a controversial video. Taylor went on to say that she wasn't made aware that Kanye was name dropping her in the song but he denied her claims. Well low and behold Kim Kardashian West leaked out the video of Kanye on the phone with Taylor discussing the song's lyrics. So egg on Taylor's face! Twitter was literally on fire last night with multiple memes and overall reaction. Everyone including celebrities have chimed in including Selena Gomez(bitch!), Khloe Kardashian, and Zendaya Coleman! So whose side are you on The West's or Taylor? Taylor Swift's ex Calvin Harris has is now said to be dating Tinashe who just released her new song, "Superlove". Calvin checked Taylor a few days ago saying he wants no involvement with her any further and basically he doesn't want to be ammo for her upcoming music material. We know Taylor has a reputation of loving men and leaving them and writing hit albums about their tryst. Congrats to Drake! His album, "Views" has been #1 on the Billboard 200 for 10 weeks as well as his single, "One Dance". Drake's "I'm With U" featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR has been in my head all day. I listened to it this morning and I need to hear it again! Right now I'm listening to Beyoncé's "4" album.
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