Kim Kardashian Claims She Can Prove Taylor Swift Approved Kanye’s “Famous” Lyric About Her

It’s not just Kanye who has beef with Taylor Swift. Kim Kardashian claimed she has proof Swift approved the “I made her famous lyric” from videos taken while her husband was writing Famous. Swift gets away with nothing, nothing at all. In a profile for GQ, Kardashian said Kanye “gets so much shit for things [when] he really was doing proper protocol and even called to get it approved.” In fact, it was apparently supposed to be a little Grammy joke. According to Kardashian, Swift said it would be funny if she showed up to the Grammy’s red carpet, and while everyone was still talking about the “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I made that bitch famous” lyric, Swift could laugh and say she knew all about it. But that is not what happened.

Not only Swift not do that, she went even further and made her entire Grammy’s acceptance speech about feminism and not letting men take credit for your fame or “undercut your success.” She turned the whole thing around on Kanye. Kardashian claims there’s a video of Kanye’s call to Swift to approve the lyric (because, of course, Kanye always has videographers on hand) and that Swift’s people are really trying to shut it down.

Kardashian didn’t say how the pop star’s people found out about the alleged tape, but she swears up and down that it exists and that Swift’s people are intent on not making it public. That’s kind of an interesting turn of events, especially because Swift and Kanye have such a long history of throwing shade to each other (the whole point of the lyric was to say that when he interrupted her at the 2009 Video Music Awards, he thrust her into the spotlight) and Swift looked like a Super Feminist standing up for gender equality and earned some praise for her words. It fit her image.

Kanye, on the other hand, looked like an asshole (per usual). And Kim is right; he does get a lot of shit. Some of that, like his Jesus complex and Twitter rants, is all him. But maybe Swift used the situation to her advantage — it’s totally possible. I mean, the fact that a phone call between the two occurred has always been known. Originally, Swift claimed she told him she wouldn’t promote the single on social media with him and “cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message.”

It does seem a little unlikely that the super vanilla star would approve a lyric about her and Kanye having sex, but if there actually is video proof, she’s going to look really bad for making such a fuss. Bring out the video, Kardashian.