Taylor Swift Threatens Kanye West With Lawsuit Over Phone Conversation

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West could be in trouble for that recording of Taylor Swift over the "Famous" lyrics.

Kim Kardashian took matters into her own hands by releasing a video of the Kanye West Taylor Swift phone call where the singer clearly approved Kanye's "Famous" lyrics. Swift denies knowing the call was taped but can not deny the fact that she gave West permission to say that about her and even thanked him for warning her.

She said, "While I wanted to be supportive of Kanye on the phone call, you can not "approve" a song you haven't heard". So thank you. And you know, if people ask me about it, I think it would be great for me to be like, 'Look, he called me and told me about the line before it came out.

A judge may finally end the war between Taylor Swift and Kanye West if the pop star gets her way!

Video of Taylor Swift actually co-signing Kanye West's "Famous" lyrics - despite not hearing the song - has certainly left an egg on her face. It doesnt exist because it never happened.

Depending on where the conversation took place, legal action will likely be taken on the part of Swift since video was released of a conversation she believed to be private.

They spread gifs, memes and messages that suggested Kardashian was winning the war of words.

Following the release of the footage, Taylor released a statement insisting she was never told that Kanye was going to refer to her as a "b***h" in the song, and never gave permission for him to do so.

Taylor can be heard telling the rapper: 'I mean go with whatever line you think is better. It's obviously very tongue-in-cheek either way...

Taylor Swift's best friend has blasted Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West. I really appreciate it.

At one point in the Snapchat video, Swift seems to make a reference to the infamous 2009 incident when West crashed her acceptance speech during the MTV Video Music Awards, which West may have been referencing when he sang, "I made that b-- famous". Damn, Tay Tay. Who knew you could bend the truth like that?!

Under California law, it is illegal to record a phone call without both parties' consent.

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