"The video showed nothing new," read a post Kim appeared to cosign.
"Instead of answering those who are asking how I feel about the video footage that leaked, proving that I was telling the truth the whole time about that call (you know, the one that was illegally recorded, that somebody edited and manipulated in order to frame me and put me, my family, and fans through hell for 4 years) ... SWIPE UP to see what really matters," she posted, linking to Feed America. She followed that up with a second Story pointing to WHO.
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Neither Kim Kardashian or Taylor Swift offered official reactions after Kanye West's phone call with the "You Need to Calm Down" singer leaked online this weekend ... but their likes on social media did all the talking for them.
ICYMI, extended portions of the 2016 phone call between the two musicians were posted online over the weekend, appearing to show a different account of what transpired from the videos Kim shared online at the time. Kardashian posted her edited down version of the call in an effort to prove Swift knew ahead of time that West was going to call her a "bitch" in his song "Famous."
In the track, he sings, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous." The lyric was referencing the infamous 2009 MTV Music Awards moment when Kanye crashed Taylor's acceptance speech for Best Female Video to say Beyonce deserved the award. In Kim's videos, Swift appears to laugh about the song and give her blessing -- but while Swift never disputed a call took place, she said she never approved the "bitch" lyric.
The new video shows Kanye telling her the lyric, "To all my Southside n--gas that know me best/I feel like Taylor might owe me sex" -- and not the "bitch" line. In fact, Taylor tells him she likes the fact that the song is not "mean" and he doesn't call her a "bitch."
The video lead to the hashtags #KanyeWestIsOverParty, #KimKardashianIsOverParty and #TaylorToldTheTruth all trending over the weekend.
All the talk, however, didn't see to faze Kim. She didn't say anything directly about the situation, but she did like a fan's post which said, "The video showed nothing new. We all knew that. I'm so confused right now."
The video showed nothing new. We all knew that. I’m so confused right now pic.twitter.com/NO0b92Qvpo— kim (@kimkwestlegion) March 21, 2020
Swift, meanwhile, went on a liking spree on Tumblr.
"And that is how you let Karma take care of itself," read one post. "WHO WAS TELLING THE TRUTH THE ENTIRE TIME???" read another, along with a photo of Swift pointing at herself.
See all the post she liked below: