Amber Rose NOT Taking Taylor Swift’s Side In Kanye West Feud, Despite Report
As Gossip Cop reported, Kim Kardashian posted a Snapchat video of West’s phone call with Swift about including her name in his track, “Famous.” In the footage, the rapper is heard telling the pop star about the lyric, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,” but he never mentions the follow-up line, “I made that bitch famous.”
Swift was upset when the song was released, but West and Kardashian have labeled Swift a “liar” and maintain that she gave the rapper permission to reference her. For her part, Swift admits she sanctioned the line about her and West having sex, but never had prior knowledge about being called “that bitch,” and never supported it.
And now according to RadarOnline, Rose is lashing out at West among this whole fiasco. A so-called “source” tells the webloid, “Amber really feels that, regardless of who is lying and who is telling the truth, Kanye really slut-shamed Taylor in the worst way possible in the song itself.” The outlet’s questionable insider adds, “Amber told Kanye that he had no right to talk about any woman that way.”
The problem is the model addressed the subject on Friday’s episode of her new VH1 talk show, “The Amber Rose Show,” during which she defended West. First, Rose noted that she was sitting beside the rapper when he interrupted Swift on stage at the 2009 VMAs, adding, “He was so remorseful. I mean he really felt so bad, because it wasn’t about Taylor.”
Rose went on to express that West learned a lesson following the backlash he received for rushing the stage, and the model didn’t believe he’d repeat that mistake by disrespecting Swift again. “It was just a very hard time for him, and I was around to see that,” she said. “He really went through a lot of bullsh*t, and I know that Kanye would never ever go through that again by not calling Taylor and say, ‘Heads up, I’m about to go write this verse real quick. Just wanted to make sure you’re cool with it.’ I know that about Kanye.”
Clearly, Rose’s comments on her own talk show completely negate the site’s seemingly manufactured report that she chastised West and criticized his song for supposed “slut shaming.” In fact, the model is confident West mentioned the “bitch” lyric to Swift beforehand, despite that not being apparent in the Snapchat video. Gossip Cop is sadly not surprised by the fabrications in this story, having already established that RadarOnline publishes false West and Kardashian claims without fact-checking.