Kim Kardashian Snapchats Herself Rapping Along to Taylor Swift "Famous" Line

Kim Kardashian Snapchats Herself Rapping Along to Taylor Swift "Famous" Line
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Kim Kardashian West: business woman, mother of two, dragger of Taylor Swift.

After epically exposing Swift on Snapchat, proving that Swift did in fact approve of Kanye West's line about her in his song "Famous," Kardashian West is still pouring salt in the wound.

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Yes, that's Kim rapping "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous" — the line that started this staged for publicity celebrity war. 

Swift has been mum on the leaked phone call between her and West, aside from the statement she released initially, stating "Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that bitch' in his song? It doesn't exist because it didn't happen."


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She should probably stay away from Kardashian West's Snapchat.

Read more:
• In One Snapchat Story, Kim Kardashian West Just Set Fire to the Kanye-Taylor Feud
• Taylor Swift Was Owned by Kim Kardashian West — and Internet Misogynists Are Celebrating
• Kim Kardashian West's 'Forbes' Cover Shows a Side of Her the Media Always Neglects

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Ashley Edwards

Ashley Edwards is a news editor for Mic covering breaking and trending news. She previously worked at the New York Daily News and PIX11 News.

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