Why Kim Kardashian’s “Wildest Dreams” post is making Taylor Swift fans buzz

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Kim then tweeted, “They spoke clearly, so I let you all see this. Nobody has ever denied that the word ‘bitch’ was used without her permission.” She also claimed, “The lie was never about the word bitch. It was always about whether or not there was a call and the tone of the conversation.”

“I never edited the footage (another lie). I just posted a couple of clips on Snapchat to get my point across and the full video that leaked recently doesn’t change the narrative,” she added. Then she compared Kanye’s documentary to Taylor’s Miss Americana documentary.

“Plus, as an artist, Kanye has the right to document his musical journey and process, just as she recently did in her documentary,” she wrote. “Kanye has documented the creation of all of his albums for his personal archive, but never released any of them for public consumption. The call between the two would have been private or in the trash if she hadn’t lied.” made me defend him. ”

Kim then claimed this was the last team she would speak to on the matter. “I’m sorry to have to bore you all with this,” she wrote. “I know you are all concerned with more serious and important matters.”

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