Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Divorce: Taylor Swift Feud The Reason?
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West divorce rumors intensified following the reality star’s ongoing feud with Taylor Swift.Advertisement
With Kim Kardashian’s recent expose of Taylor Swift’s real approval of Kanye West’s controversial line in his single “Famous” via her Snapchat, the star is also facing a possible divorce with her husband.
Sources said that the feud that involves Kanye West and Kim Kardashian against the “Shake It Off” singer Taylor Swift is nothing compared to the controversial couple’s ongoing marriage woes.
In a report by Radar Online, a source told that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been talking for a possible divorce even before the social media war against Taylor Swift ignited a few days ago.
“Kim and Kanye were already not getting along before all of this stuff with Taylor happened, but now it is much, much worse,” said a source.
The insider added that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star actually think the ongoing celebrity drama is all Kanye West’s fault but the rapper accuses her otherwise.
“But Kanye told Kim that it is actually her fault now for talking about Taylor in her recent GQ article,” the insider said.
The reality star is also said to have been sick of Kanye West’s antics and she is not stopping down from her feud against the Blank Space singer.
“Kanye told Kim that she needs to stop talking smack about Taylor, but she will not listen to him. This is her battle now!”
The feud all started when Taylor Swift denied that she approved of Kanye West’s Famous line “I made that b*tch famous” as she thinks it was misogynistic.
But Kanye West said that he asked permission from the singer, adding that he even called her for her approval.
Kim Kardashian revealed in a GQ interview that they even have a recorded phone call of their conversation which verifies that Kanye West is telling the truth.
A couple of days ago, Kim Kardashian uploaded he snippets of the video in her Snapchat, which Taylor Swift called as “character assassination.”