Kim Kardashian ‘likes’ tweet suggesting ‘nothing new’ was shown in leaked Taylor Swift and Kanye West conversation

The conversation shows Taylor and Kanye discussing the lyrics from his song Famous (Picture: Getty Images/Twitter)

Kim Kardashian appears to have ‘liked’ a tweet suggesting ‘nothing new’ following the leak of the full phone conversation between Taylor Swift and Kanye West.

Yesterday the full footage of their conversation appeared online, where the two artists discuss the lyrics for the rapper’s song Famous – with Kanye being shown not to tell Taylor at all about the ‘I made that b***h’ famous line.

However, Kim has seemed to suggest that the footage shows ‘nothing
new’ in regards to what we did already know.

Although she has yet to speak publicly about the incident, the
reality star appeared to ‘like’ a tweet from a fan that read: ‘The video showed
nothing new. We all knew that.

‘I’m so confused right now.’

Taylor and Kanye’s high-profile feud was reignited back in
2016 when Kanye released the track, which featured the lyrics: ‘For all my
Southside n****s that know me best. I feel like me and Taylor might still have
sex. Why? I made that b***h famous.’

At the time, Kanye claimed he had received permission from Taylor to use the line, with his wife Kim Kardashian later releasing a video that appeared to prove him right.

In the video, Taylor can be heard saying to Kanye: ‘I mean go with whatever line you think is better. It’s obviously very tongue in cheek either way.’

Kim appeared to ‘like’ a tweeting suggesting there was ‘nothing new (Picture: Twitter)

However, Taylor later claimed that she had never given him
permission for him to call her a ‘b***h’ in the track – and the latest video
seems to prove the singer was right all along.

Since the new video has leaked, Taylor Swift fans have been left fuming, urging Kim to apologise.

Fans have since urged Kim to apologise to Taylor (Picture: Getty Images)

However, the 39-year-old attempted to ignore the drama by sharing a selfie of her and her son, Saint West, to her Instagram – but this did not come without users swarming her comments with the hashtag #TaylorSwiftToldTheTruth.

Taylor and Kanye have also not publicly commented on the footage either, although Taylor has been spotted ‘liking’ posts defending her among the drama on blogging site Tumblr.

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Kim, Kanye and Taylor for further comment.

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