Taylor Swift Loves to Play the Victim, But She’s Not Always Innocent

  • Taylor Swift is currently in the middle of a reignited feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.
  • Swift and West’s beef from 2016 is center-stage again thanks to the full, unedited leaked phone call.
  • The singer constantly butts heads with other stars while playing innocent. It’s getting old.

Taylor Swift has hit the headlines again, and as usual, it isn’t for her chart-topping success. The “Shake It Off” singer is in the middle of yet another bitter war of words with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. We’re definitely not “Out of the Woods” yet.

It all stems from West’s use of the word “b****” and reference of Taylor in his 2016 song “Famous.” The full, unedited phone call has been leaked, and Kimye and Swift are at loggerheads again.

Taylor believes it proves she never consented to the lyric, while Kim and Kanye think it vindicates them. The madness never ends.

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Every public figure is going to suffer a scandal or two, but Swift seems to be riding this cash cow all the way to the bank.

It might not sound like it, but I’m a Taylor fan, honest. If I saw my friends embroiled in mess after trifling mess, I would call them out on it, so let’s get real for a second.

Taylor Swift’s Bad Reputation

If they ever do a “Mean Girls” reboot, Swift is a shoo-in to play Regina George. | Source: Sundance Institute via AP

Doesn’t it seem a little coincidental that Taylor has had very public feuds with some of the biggest names in the industry over the last decade?

Her issues with Kanye stem back to the infamous mic-grabbing incident in 2009 when Swift was just a fledgling pop star. We can almost let her off that humiliation. After all, she was young, stupid, and naive.

Then came the reported rift between Taylor and another music titan, Katy Perry, in 2014. This spat was over dancers that chose to leave Taylor’s tour midway to join Perry on the road. If it all sounds like completely boring, inconsequential BS to you, then you’re…

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