Taylor Swift is the name on everyone’s lips thanks to a whopping 300,000+ tweets with the hashtags #KanyeWestIsOverParty, #TaylorToldtheTruth, and #TaylorWasRight swarming Twitter.
As fans of the songstress, affectionately called #Swifties, remember, 2016 brought with it a round of harsh criticism her way after she expressed disappointment in Kanye West referring to her as a “b*tch” in his song, ‘Famous.’
“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that b**** famous,” he rapped on ‘The Life of Pablo’ hit.
West and wife Kim Kardashian later hit back with footage that “proved” she not only was aware of the line, but gave consent (click here to read that). Once their visual reached viral status, Swift was branded a ‘liar’ and ‘snake’ by many in the media – a label she fought against for years following the fallout.
Fast forward to 2020, the full convo has mysteriously surfaced online and it suggests the ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ diva was right all along.
In this 2 min clip from the newly surface video, it proves Kanye never specifically mentioned the ‘I made that b**** famous’ line.
— Taylor Crave (@mainpopgirI) March 21, 2020
Add to this, Swift asserts she was already “famous” before the 2009 MTV VMA incident.
— Taylor Swift Facts (@blessedswifty) March 21, 2020
Watch the conversation in full below:
The source of visual remains unclear, but Twitter is still going berserk about its content. As of time reported, neither Swift nor West have commented on the social media explosion.