Kim Kardashian: Taylor Swift Just The Beginning, Kanye’s ‘Famous’ Not Over Yet

Kim Kardashian recently warned her huge family that Taylor Swift is just the start of the “Famous” drama. But because she is one of the big stars in the Keeping Up With The Kardashians reality TV show, the Kardashian has practically told the whole world.

Kim’s husband, Kanye West, is reportedly on to something bigger than we have ever seen before regarding his pet project. For one, Kardashian tells People that Kanye will be shooting a full-blown music video for the “Famous” music single.

Kim Kardashian also said that the video will focus on Taylor Swift, Kanye’s ex Amber Rose, her ex Ray Jay, Chris Brown, Rihanna, and Caitlyn Jenner. The second in command to the KUWTK pecking order confirms that there will be technical nudity in the video.

“The sheet’s over everyone,” Kardashian West said. As a prelude to the full-size music video, Kanye has already made a prototype video last month. The said video, which debuted in L.A., has wax figures of the personalities that Kim enumerated to People. The figures are all lined up on the big bed with a single sheet to cover them all.

“I think he’s [Kanye West] obsessed with Caitlyn, though,” remarks Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian clan. Kris used to be married to Bruce Jenner, the Olympic athlete, who is now Caitlyn Jenner. Kris’ remark may indicate that the character of Caitlyn could be playing a major role in the “Famous” music video when shooting time comes.

People gives us the gist concerning the highly controversial single: West and his wife have maintained that Swift approved the verse mentioning her – “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b**** famous.”

On the other hand, a Swift spokesperson maintains the following, according to People.

  • The rapper did not call for approval, but to ask Taylor to release his single on her Twitter account.
  • Taylor Swift declined, cautioning Kanye West about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message.
  • Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, “I made that b**** famous.”

To-date, no secret tape recording has surfaced to disprove the Taylor camp claim, and so the controversy rages on. It’s just one among many issues that the “Bad Blood” singer has to do some extensive firefighting for in recent months.

The other two are:

  • Taylor Swift accusing fellow pop singer Katy Perry of “stealing” her 1989 Tour dancers
  • Swift revealing that she actually penned Rihanna’s hit song “This Is What You Came For,” reportedly putting her ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris, who produced the music, in a bad light

Kim Kardashian has made a big issue out of Swift’s denial that she knew the lyrics of “Famous,” according to The Daily Caller.

Kardashian West confides to the source that she believes Taylor to be lying. She also said that she will stand by her husband at all costs.

On Twitter, Taylor Swift’s accusers seem to be ganging up on her, that is, Kim, Katy, and Calvin. Yesterday, there was also an issue which is a throwback from the “Teardrops On My Guitar” singer’s much younger years, when she was barely 11-years-old.

According to Daily Mail, the young Taylor Swift tore up the pictures of a colleague because she couldn’t stand competition. Cody Derespina reportedly worked with Swift “in a youth theatrical production of Bye Bye Birdy.”

Daily Mail quotes Derespina as saying the following.

“It doesn’t seem as if Swift has changed all that much from her days of ripping down my photos. Only now, she’s become famous for ripping her various ex-boyfriends in songs after their breakups. So don’t feel too bad, Calvin. I’ve been there.”

With “Famous” destined to become bigger than life in the coming days or weeks, according to People, it may continue to fan the flames of celebrity feuds involving Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Katy Perry, and Calvin Harris.

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