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Kim Kardashian Released That Video Of Kanye West And Taylor Swift Discussing ‘Famous'

Kim Kardashian has emptied out the “Taylor Swift” section of her receipts drawer. In a series of videos posted to Snapchat, the recent Forbes cover girl shared what appears to be a recording of her husband Kanye West asking for — and getting — Taylor’s permission to rap about her on his single “Famous".One video shows Kanye rapping the line “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex” over the phone. “It’s like a compliment," she says. “I really appreciate you telling me about it. That’s really nice." “I just have a responsibility to you as a friend,” replies Kanye.Back in February, a few lines from “Famous” leaked ahead of its official release, and Taylor's camp denied that Kanye had ever called her for approval. According to a statement, Taylor had “cautioned him against releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, ‘I made that bitch famous.’"

Taylor Swift wants credit for Calvin Harris track as she ditches Nils Sjoberg pseudonym

The cat is out of the bag, and now the Shake It Off singer is looking to be recognised for her contribution to This Is What You Came For.Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have been locked in a bitter feud after she confirmed she helped pen his hit This Is What You Came For. Now, the Shake It Off singer - who co-wrote her former flame's new collaboration with Rihanna - has taken the next step to getting full credit for the part she played in the creative process. As TMZ reports, Taylor is now listed on BMI as co-writer alongside Calvin, after she had previously used a pseudonym. It was revealed last week that the star had used the name Nils Sjoberg as her credit for the track.

Justin Bieber Runs Into Traffic Chasing Pokémon, Just Like Everyone Else

As someone who lives in New York City and does not play Pokémon Go, I do not exactly get why people need to stop in the middle of the sidewalk, but I know they do. One person I would not mind having to change my course for because he is focused on catching a Squirtle or whatever? Last night, when he wasn't impersonating Harry Potter, Justin was hanging out in NYC, when a Gyarados — a rare Pokémon, apparently, IDK — popped up. Bieber joined in with everyone else on the street, darting in front of cars, loitering in front of the Apple store, etc., to catch it. It doesn't seem like he triumphed over the other players, so, uh, here's a tip for JB: There are, like, so many rare Pokémon near me at all time. Weird, right??! DM me for deets

Selena Gomez faces fierce backlash for weighing in on Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian feud

Like any good pal, Selena Gomez leapt to the defence of Taylor Swift after Kim Kardashian shared the video of the singer and Kanye West’s conversation about the rapper's highly controversial track Famous. Selena took to Twitter amid the internet frenzy that followed to say there were plenty more pressing matters people should be focusing on. "There are more important things to talk about... Why can't people use their voice for something that f**king matters?” she wrote. "Truth is last thing we need right now is hate, in any form. This industry is so disappointing yet the most influential smh.” But rather than be met with a barrage of support and praise, she was soon called out for being a hypocrite.

Bollywood Actor Going Fire After His Comment

Bollywood movie star Salman Khan has run afoul of a national women’s group, film critics and Twitter users after saying that training sessions for his new film made him feel like a “raped woman”.Khan, arguably India’s most popular actor, made the remark during media interviews over the weekend to promote the film Sultan, in which he plays a professional wrestler.“It is the most difficult thing,” the 50-year-old actor told reporters in Mumbai on Saturday when asked about his training schedule. “When I used to walk out of that ring, it used to be like a raped woman walking out.” The remark, which initially went unnoticed, sparked outrage on social media with the hashtag #InsensitiveSalman trending for several hours. The National Commission for Women (NCW), a government-run body for women’s rights, took notice and wrote to Khan demanding a public apology within seven days. “He has demonstrated the patriarchal mindset that is prevalent in this country — unfortunately, he will get away with it,” Lalitha Kumaramangalam, the NCW chairwoman, told a television channel. Khan, who holds broad appeal among audiences drawn to his image of a bad boy with a heart of gold, has not commented and his manager did not answer phone calls. Prominent movie critic Raja Sen said on Tuesday he would not watch Sultan, which opens in cinemas early next month.Khan’s remark comes after a string of rape cases in India in recent years that made international headlines. It is not Khan’s first brush with controversy. Last year, a Mumbai court overturned the actor’s conviction in a 13-year-old hit-and-run case in which he was accused of running over a homeless man. In 2007, Khan was jailed for nearly a week for shooting an endangered gazelle on a hunting trip in the desert state of Rajasthan. He is also out on bail in a case over the killing of protected antelopes.

Shawn Mendes Responds To Rumors About His

Rampant speculation about Shawn Mendes’s dating life is nothing new. Exhibit A: For months, he’s been hounded with gossip about his relationship with Camila Cabello, which he’s repeatedly (and politely) dismissed. Now, the 17-year-old is addressing a different rumor, this time regarding his sexuality. On Thursday, Mendes posted a lengthy Snapchat story in which he denies rumors that he’s gay. He begins by saying he doesn’t usually “bring up problems,” but he felt compelled to respond after seeing several YouTube commenters write that he gives off a “gay vibe.” “First of all, I’m not gay,” Shawn said. “Second of all, it shouldn’t make a difference if I was or if I wasn’t. The focus should be on the music and not my sexuality.” Mendes clarified that he’s not mad about people saying he’s gay. Rather, his anger stems from people trying to use it as an insult (which it certainly isn’t). “I’m not frustrated because people were saying that I was gay at all, I have no problem with that because it wouldn’t make a difference to me,” he said. “I’m frustrated because in this day and age people have the audacity to write online that I’m gay as if it were a bad thing.” Blog Zone is a magazine related with the lifestyle of the celebraties.Through the articles of this binodon portal you will know the beauty tips, health tips.The most recent international affairs is available.All the top stories related with entertainment you will know from the website

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