Kanye West breaks silence on Taylor feud

Rapper Kanye West has been feuding Taylor Swift since 2009. Photo / AP
Rapper Kanye West has been feuding Taylor Swift since 2009. Photo / AP

Kanye West is glad nobody can "talk s***" about him anymore.

The Stronger hitmaker has recently been involved in a huge public spat with Taylor Swift over his controversial single Famous, after she claimed she didn't give him permission to sing about her.

However, his wife Kim Kardashian West decided to leak a series of videos on Snapchat which featured the rapper on the phone to Taylor discussing the controversial lyrics and she appeared to give it the go-ahead.

And Kanye is so pleased Kim did that as he hates being lied about.

Speaking as he performed as a special guest at Drake's Chicago concert, he told the audience: "I am so glad my wife has Snapchat. 'Cause now y'all can know the truth. And can't nobody talk s**t about Ye no more!"

He then went on to perform Famous and put extra emphasis on the lyrics behind the fall-out - "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? Because I made that b**ch famous."

The lines were in reference to Kanye interrupting Taylor's acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs in 2009.

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Following the release of the Snapchat videos, when people accused her of lying, the Shake It Off hitmaker has argued that Kanye never told her he'd call her a "bitch."

Taylor Swift says the leaked audio of her conversation with Kanye West proves she's right. Photo / AP
Taylor Swift says the leaked audio of her conversation with Kanye West proves she's right. Photo / AP

Since the very public war of words between the trio, various celebrities - including Ruby Rose, Chloe Grace Moretz, Selena Gomez, Khloe Kardashian and Katy Perry - have weighed in on the argument with their own opinions.

- Bang! Showbiz

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