She heard the other voices but assumed they couldn't hear her. She thinks that West should have asked permission to record her and he broke the law when he didn't.
Director Joseph Khan, who was behind Taylor Swift's "Blank Space", "Bad Blood", and "Wildest Dreams" music videos, took to Twitter to stand for the singer against her ongoing feud with Kim Kardashian.
TMZ reports that an obtained copy of a letter sent in February, shows Swift's lawyer demanding that under California law, anyone who secretly records a telephone conversation with someone in the state is committing a criminal offense and a felony. A representative stated that West never asked her for approval, but the tape suggested otherwise. Sources tell TMZ West purposefully reneged on his promise because ultimately he knew Swift wouldn't approve. Either Instagram is banning the emoji from Swift's page, or someone from her team is manually deleting the shade-filled comments.
On Wednesday morning, it was changed again to read: "Taylor "People Will Side With Me If I Sue Kayne, Won't They" Alison Swift". "I made that b**** famous".
Swift and West have been in an on-going feud for months after the father-of-two released his controversial song Famous, which featured inappropriate lyrics about the pop-princess.
Lush's creation was clearly made with more than a little irony as Swift is very much alive and well, and now on the Gold Coast with her beau, actor Tom Hiddleston.
According to video of the phone call, released by Kardashian on social media on Sunday after an episode of "Keeping up with the Kardashians", Swift told West of the song, "I really appreciate you telling me about it. That's really nice", she says.
She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Heads up: I give no f*** and never will. Thanks.