Kanye West name drops Taylor Swift on new album: ‘I don’t think you’re as relevant as you think’

This bad blood Continues between West and Swift.

Kanye West reportedly name-dropped Taylor Swift in his brand new track “Carnival,” released as part of his highly anticipated album “Vultures 1.”

“Why she say she sucked my d–k? / Then she say she didn’t suck my d–k / She’ll take it like a ventriloquist / I made six Taylor Swifts / Cause I got a wrist Rowley was,” West, 46, raps.

West, who had a rocky past with Swift, R. Kelly also manages to name-drop several high-profile celebrities, including Bill Cosby, Puff Daddy and Elon Musk.

“Alon, where’s my rocket ship? / Time to go home,” he raps. “They served us porn (Ha) / Ever since we were born (Ha) / Anybody got mad (Ha) / Gotta drink ’em piss (Ha) / Now I’m Ye-Kelly Am, b–ch (Ha) / Now, I’m Bill Cosby, b–ch (Ha) / Now, I’m puff daddy rich (Ha) / It’s #MeToo I’m rich (Ha),” West continues.

The Post contacted Swift for comment.

West’s feud with the “Cruel Summer” singer began in 2009 when the “Donda” singer infamously burst onto the MTV Video Music Awards stage during Swift’s acceptance speech for Female Music Video of the Year and declared that Beyoncé had “one of the best songs ever.” Videos of all time. One of the best videos ever!”

The duo’s relationship took a volatile turn in 2016 when Swift, 34, went by the name West in her song “Famous.”

“I think me and Taylor can still have sex / Why? I made that b–ch famous,” the rapper sang.

West insisted that she didn’t mean to diss the “Blank Space” songstress, adding that she and Swift “had an hour-long conversation with him about the line and she thought it was funny and gave her her blessing.”

Swift later denied that West had told her about the “I made that b–tch famous” line.

To make matters worse, Kim Kardashian, West’s then-wife, published a portion of a phone call between the pair discussing the song on her Snapchat account, adding fuel to the already blazing inferno.

“When he got on the phone with me, and I was so touched that he would respect and, like, tell me about this one line in the song… and I was like, ‘Okay, well. We’re on good terms. are back,” the “You Belong With Me” singer told Rolling Stone in 2019. If you want to be on bad terms, let’s be on bad terms, but be realistic about it.'”

While the intent behind West’s lyrics is unknown, some social media users have taken to the internet with their own responses to the song, with many of them claiming that West is using Swift to stay relevant.

“Taylor Swift has been his target twice and successfully walked through both events and succeeded. Meanwhile, Kanye feels the need to name-drop her every time he needs clout and attention,” argued one user on X (formerly Twitter). .

“Kanye West still kind of thinks he made Taylor Swift famous.. Like if you’re using her name in two songs because you’re desperate for attention, I don’t think you’re as relevant as you think. . Is,” another guy slouched.

“Kanye, is the only one [person] Who will mention Taylor Swift’s name in an attempt to become relatable and maybe get some publicity,” wrote a third person. The wife has edited it to paint TS as a liar.

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