The only particular person who even now cares about the 2009 VMAs feud-sparking fiasco between Kanye West and Taylor Swift is Kanye West. West made a decision to do his ideal impression of himself at a wedding this weekend. The crowd may have erupted into laughter, but we’re honestly not laughing.
West interrupted fellow guest and DuJour magazine founder Jason Binn as he was giving his best wishes to the newlyweds. He grabbed the mic and dropped those infamous words. “I’mma let you finish,” West said. “Dave and Isabela had one of the very best weddings of all time.”
The groom posted a video of the second on his Instagram page. The West-Swift feud seemed to last but not least be over back in 2015 when the pair hugged it out at that year’s Grammys. Situation closed. Nonetheless, when West released his song “Famous” and rapped about how he “produced that bitch well-known” in early 2016, the file was reopened and the feud grew to become messier than ever before. West later on mentioned he did not diss Swift and that he had spoken to her in advance about the lyric, adding that she “considered it was funny and gave her blessings.” Nevertheless, Swift proved she was not happy about the diss at the 2016 Grammy Awards.
The “Shake It Off” singer called out men and women who “undercut your achievement or take credit score for your accomplishments or your fame” even though accepting her award for Album of the Year. “I consider the world is so bored with the saga,” Swift explained throughout her most latest interview with Vogue. “I don”t want to include anything to it, simply because then there is just far more.” She’s correct. We’re all so over it. Now, Yeezus just demands to make like Elsa and let it go.