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Kim Kardashian has opened up about her public spat with Taylor Swift. The pair became embroiled in a feud after the reality TV star posted a Snapchat video of the singer discussing the song Famous with Kanye West.
Swift threatened to take legal action against the couple for making their private conversation public, and claimed that while she was heard agreeing to being mentioned in Kanye's controversial track, she had not consented to the specific content and did not realise she would be referred to as "that bitch".
She said in a statement: "You cannot approve a song that you haven't heard. Being falsely painted as a liar when I was never given the full story or played any part of the song is character assassination."
Kim however, insists she did nothing wrong and had not intended to publicly embarrass the Bad Blood hitmaker. In an interview with Wonderland, the mother-of-two added that in fact she is a fan of the singer.
"I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest. I'm a fan. I like her music. There was no shade," Kim told the magazine.
She also revealed that in the wake of the incident, she received private texts from some of Taylor's famous squad who included the likes of Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne, Ruby Rose, Karlie Kloss and Selena Gomez. "Girls in her squad hit me up on text. I'm not petty," she revealed, Mirror Online reports.
Famous made reference to the incident at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009, when Kanye interrupted Taylor's acceptance speech, claiming the Best Video award should have gone to Beyonce. "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex, I made that bitch famous," he raps in the track.
Last month Kim, 35, claimed Taylor "totally approved" of the song and accused her of "playing the victim".
Taylor responded to the ongoing war of words saying: "I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one that I never asked to be part of, since 2009."