” I love him and i can’t continue to deny the fact , He deserves me ” Kim Kardashian confession as she vowed to take Travis Kelce from Taylor


Taylor Swift fans have speculated that one of the tracks from her newly-released album, The Tortured Poets Department, is a swipe aimed at Kim Kardashian.

Swift’s 11th studio album was released on Friday, two months after she announced it while accepting the Grammy Award for Best Album in February.


" I love him and i can't continue to deny the fact , He deserves me " Kim Kardashian confession as she vowed to take Travis Kelce  from Taylor

And with the “Bad Blood” hitmaker being known for writing about elements of her relationships in her music, fans quickly noted that “​​thanK you aIMee,” one of the tracks on her new album, could be about the reality star and businesswoman Kardashian.

A post shared by Pop Crave on X, formerly Twitter, pointed out that the capitalized letters in the song’s title spell out the name Kim. A host of X users subsequently tagged Kardashian’s account on the platform as they discussed the track.

The lyrics speak of an “Aimee” who bullied Swift while they were at school together. “All that time you were throwin’ punches, I was buildin’ somethin’,” she sings. “And I can’t forgive the way you made me feel / Screamed ‘F*** you, Aimee’ to the night sky, as the blood was gushin’ / But I can’t forget the way you made me heal.”

“I don’t think you’ve changed much,” she adds. “And so I changed your name, and any real defining clues / And one day, your kid comes home singin’ / A song that only us two is gonna know is about you.”

Newsweek has contacted representatives of Kardashian and Swift via email for comment.

While Swift, 34, and Kardashian, 43, did not go to school together, they have had public disagreements in the past. This largely stemmed from Kardashian’s then-husband, Kanye “Ye” West’s 2016 track “Famous,” in which he made a vulgar reference to the pop star, which she denied approving.

West, who has since legally changed his name to Ye, rapped on the track: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b**** famous.”

He was referring to the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), where he stormed onto the stage after Swift won Best Female Music Video. West took the microphone out of Swift’s hands to declare that Beyoncé should have won instead.

The moment went down in music history and led to both Swift and West talking about it in interviews and writing songs about it. They eventually reconciled and in 2015, Swift presented West with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs. However, the release of “Famous” the following year reignited the bad blood between them.

At the time, a spokesperson for Swift told People: “Kanye did not [Swift] call for approval, but to ask Taylor to release his single ‘Famous’ on her Twitter account… She declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message. Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, ‘I made that b**** famous.'”

Kardashian Chimes In
Kardashian, who was married to West at the time, responded to Swift’s denial by releasing an edited recording of a phone call between the singer and the rapper, which largely led fans to believe otherwise.

A full transcript of the conversation between Swift and West was leaked years later in 2020, showing the rapper did not forewarn the singer that he was planning to use the derogatory term to describe her in the track.

Swift told Time last year that the backlash she faced at the time felt like “a career death.” Further opening up about the experience, she said: “Make no mistake—my career was taken away from me.”

“You have a fully manufactured frame job, in an illegally recorded phone call, which Kim Kardashian edited and then put out to say to everyone that I was a liar,” Swift said. “That took me down psychologically to a place I’ve never been before.

“I moved to a foreign country. I didn’t leave a rental house for a year. I was afraid to get on phone calls. I pushed away most people in my life because I didn’t trust anyone anymore. I went down really, really hard.”

Swift went on to release her revenge-themed album Reputation, which was initially met with skepticism on its 2017 release. “I thought that moment of backlash was going to define me negatively for the rest of my life,” the star said.

Continued Dispute
In June 2016, Kardashian spoke to GQ about the incident, telling the magazine: “She totally approved that. She totally knew that that was coming out. She wanted to all of a sudden act like she didn’t.

“I swear, my husband gets so much s*** for things [when] he really was doing proper protocol and even called to get it approved.”

“What rapper would call a girl that he was rapping a line about to get approval?” she added.

In the video Kardashian released of West and Swift’s phone call, West appears to run the line “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex” past Swift, who responds: “It sounds like a compliment.”

Years later, in March 2020, a so-called unedited clip of Swift and West’s 2016 phone call leaked on social media. Swift fans took it as vindication that Swift was telling the truth that she never approved the lyric and was not informed about the “made that b**** famous” line.

In a series of X posts in 2020, Kardashian wrote that Swift choosing to “reignite an old exchange” felt “very self-serving,” and accused the musician of “actually lying.”

“To be clear, the only issue I ever had around the situation was that Taylor lied through her publicist who stated that ‘Kanye never called to ask for permission…,'” she stated. “They clearly spoke so I let you all see that. Nobody ever denied the word ‘b****’ was used without her permission.

“At the time when they spoke the song had not been fully written yet, but as everyone can see in the video, she manipulated the truth of their actual conversation in her statement when her team said she ‘declined and cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message.’

“The lie was never about the word b****, It was always whether there was a call or not and the tone of the conversation.”


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