Kim Kardashian NOT Sending Taylor Swift Yeezy Sneakers, Despite Report
Kim Kardashian is NOT sending Taylor Swift a pair of Kanye West’s Yeezy sneakers, despite a shamelessly manufactured webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s completely made-up.
As Gossip Cop reported earlier, Kardashian posted a Snapchat video of the phone call between West and Swift discussing his controversial “Famous” lyric. Swift later posted a message on Instagram noting how the videotaped call doesn’t include any mention of the “made that bitch famous” line, which she said West never mentioned nor would she have approved. And now according to HollywoodLife, Kardashian wants to send Swift a pair of her husband’s Adidas-brand sneakers as an additional “diss.”
The disreputable site backs up its horrendously fabricated story with quotes from a made-up source, who notes Kardashian’s age, for example. The webloid’s concocted insider says, “Kim, 35, literally took Taylor’s legs out from underneath her. The poor girl doesn’t even know what hit her.” The outlet’s dubious source goes on to claim that Kardashian is also sending Yeezys to Swift’s best friend, Selena Gomez. Once again offering an age for no apparent reason, the fake “source” adds, “Kim knows Taylor and her crew, like Selena, 23, are starting off their week on two bad feet which is why Kim’s going to send presents.”
HollywoodLies’ “source” further claims that Swift “isn’t standing on solid ground now that Kim’s exposed her for the fake she is,” and the singer’s supposedly “trembling in [her] boots,” so Kardashian’s sending a pair of Yeezy Boosts as a way of rubbing it in.
Kardashian’s own rep laughed off the webloid’s tall tale before assuring Gossip Cop that HollywoodLife’s story is entirely untrue. The reality star isn’t planning to take a metaphorical jab at Swift or Gomez by sending a pair of Yeezys, and the claim otherwise is simply ridiculous. HollywoodLies is seemingly just trying to milk the situation by fabricating a bogus story full of fake quotes.