Ruby Rose has called out Kanye West on Twitter for publicly gaslighting Taylor Swift in the lyric of his latest release "Famous," and he's responded by attempting to wedge the good friends.
Kanye West made himself famous by wedging women. He was a virtual unknown when he burst on the stage stealing the mic from Taylor Swift back in 2009 with his first and most famous wedge, blustering out - "I'm sorry Taylor, you'll have your moment, but I have to say Beyonce made the best video of all time!"
The ever graceful Queen Bey, Beyonce, realized straight away that Kanye was not just trying to get himself noticed, he was trying to create an argument between the two women, so she later invited Taylor on stage to "have her moment" and women held hands and showed unity.
It did nothing to deter Kanye though. The incident made headlines all over the world, and the once relatively obscure rapper was suddenly on the A-list. Kanye has since taken every opportunity to pit women against each other while bigging up his profile, from his ex, Amber Rose, to his wife, Kim Kardashian.
His latest spate of Twitter conflicts has people wondering, has Kanye gone one wedge too far this time? Especially seeing as he's taken on the fire of Ruby Rose, an actor on Orange Is The New Black, attempting to wedge her and -- you guessed it -- his very favorite wedging plant and Ruby's good buddy, Taylor Swift.
Ruby Rose is not someone you want to cross. Renowned in her home country of Australia for being a fiery defender of all things heart-centered and feminist, the Aussie hell-raiser took on Kanye West for his demeaning treatment of Taylor Swift in the lyric of his latest release "Famous."
Ruby Rose tweeted her response.