Kim Kardashian is taking her war against Taylor Swift to primetime.
In a sneak peek at this Sunday's "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," the reality TV star has a heated conversation about the pop star with Kourtney Kardashian ... as they re-hash the fallout over Kanye West's "Famous."
The sit down was filmed right after Kim did her explosive interview with GQ magazine earlier this year, where she alleged Taylor knew West would release a song suggesting they "might still have sex," adding, "I made that bitch famous."
Swift's reps denied the singer's involvement in the single whatsoever, something that really ticked off Kim.
"I never talk s--t about anyone publicly, especially in interviews. But I was just like, I had so had it," she tells Kourtney in the video above. "I just felt like I wanted to defend him in it because it's like, she legitimately quote says, 'As soon as I get on that Grammy red carpet, I'm gonna tell all the press.' Like 'I was in on it.'"
When Kourtney asked if Swift changed her mind because she "didn't like the reaction," Kim responds saying it's just "another way to play the victim."
"It definitely got her a lot of attention the first time," Kim adds, referring to her husband interrupting the "Bad Blood" singer's VMA speech back in 2009. "I just don't think that he should be punished for it still to this day."
"I've had it with people blatantly treating my husband a certain way and making him look a certain way," she continues in a confessional. "Kanye is always so honest and speaks his mind ... at this point, I really don't give a f---, I'll do whatever to protect my husband."
Kardashian adds that Kanye called Taylor before releasing the new single and she "even helped him rewrite" some of it.
Tom Hiddleston's new GF did end up referencing the song at the Grammys, but in no way said she was involved. Instead, she spoke passionately about being responsible for how much she's achieved.
"I want to say to all the young women out there, there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame, but, if you just focus on the work and you don't let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you're going you'll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there," she said during her acceptance speech. "And that will be the greatest feeling in the world."