Breaking News: Following a heated exchange on social media, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have contacted Taylor Swift in an effort to start the process of making amends and stop the lingering conflict between the three legends…

 

Feuds don’t get more colossal than the one between two of the biggest stars in music. (And the reality TV star Kim Kardashian, who was married to West for a time, has been involved too.) There has been a leaked tape, diss tracks and videos, and a naked wax figure. The latest salvo came in Swift’s interview with Time magazine after the publication chose her as Person of the Year.

Just in: Following a heated exchange on social media, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have contacted Taylor Swift in an effort to start the process of making amends and stop the lingering conflict between the three legends...

The story has bubbled up even more as fans analyze Swift’s newest album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” released in April, which included at least one song that seemed to reference the feud.,Here’s the decade-long story of how the feud has progressed.,The incident that started it all. Swift, 19, goes onstage at Radio City Music Hall to accept the MTV Video Music Award for best female video for “You Belong With Me,” after defeating Beyoncé, among others.

 

Just in: Following a heated exchange on social media, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have contacted Taylor Swift in an effort to start the process of making amends and stop the lingering conflict between the three legends...
She has barely said thank you when West, 32, bum rushes the stage, takes her microphone and declares: “I’m really happy for you; I’m going to let you finish. But Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time.”As the crowd jeers, Swift, confused, does not finish her speech. When Beyoncé wins the video of the year award for “

Single Ladies” later in the evening, she invites Swift onstage to rectify that.,West’s remarks quickly become the subject of memes, with one showing him interrupting the signing of the Declaration of Independence to declare that Magna Carta was better.,The New York Times said: “Mr. West remained the evening’s villain in absentia, and each mention of his name was jeered for all the subsequent categories in which he was nominated.

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