New York (CNN) Taylor Swift is firing back at Kim Kardashian.
The Grammy-winner has taken situation with Kardashian's bombshell interview in the July issue of "GQ," in which she claims that Swift knew all along that Kanye West would be calling her "that b**ch" in his song "Renowned." Kardashian advised the magazine that Swift "accredited" the song and was pretending to be offended when it came out in February. "She totally approved that," Kardashian said in the write-up. "She totally knew that that was coming out.
She needed to all of a sudden act like she didn't." Swift's camp released a lengthy statement hitting back at the reality star and her marriage to West. "Taylor does not hold anything against Kim Kardashian, as she recognizes the strain Kim must be beneath and that she is only repeating what she has been informed by Kanye West," The statement reads. "Nonetheless, that does not alter the reality that a lot of what Kim is saying is incorrect. Kanye West and Taylor only spoke after on the cellphone whilst she was on vacation with her household in January of 2016 and they have in no way spoken because. Taylor has never ever denied that conversation took place."
The statement goes on to say, "It was on that cellphone get in touch with that Kanye West also asked her to release the song on her Twitter account, which she declined to do. Kanye West never ever advised Taylor he was going to use the phrase 'that b**ch' in referencing her. A song can not be accredited if it was never ever heard.
Kanye West in no way played the song for Taylor Swift. Taylor heard it for the very first time when every person else did and was humiliated.
Kim Kardashian's declare that Taylor and her crew have been aware [of the lyrics] is not correct, and Taylor are not able to recognize why Kanye West, and now Kim Kardashian, will not just depart her alone."
Swift has usually denied understanding anything at all ahead of time about West's song, which is off his "Existence of Pablo" album and launched an original statement when the song was launched. Shortly after, West hosted "SNL" and was recorded backstage calling Swift a "fake a**."