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Kim Kardashian can’t name Taylor Swift song in interview

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Kim Kardashian struggled to name a single Taylor Swift song when asked about her onetime foe’s music in a new interview.

“I really like a lot of her songs,” the former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star said on the “Honestly with Bari Weiss” podcast on Thursday in response to a lightning-round question about her favorite Swift album.

“They’re all super cute and catchy,” she continued before admitting, “I’d have to look in my phone to get a name.”

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Kardashian, however, had no trouble rattling off a few favorite albums by her estranged husband, Kanye West, when asked about his discography.

“I really like ‘Yeezus’ just because it’s like when you’re there and you’re in it, you know what I mean? You see from start to finish,” she said of Ye’s experimental 2013 record.

“I really love ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’ also,” she added of his 2010 magnum opus.

Kardashian, 41, and West, 44, have infamously had a roller-coaster relationship with Swift, 32, over the years, beginning in 2009 when the “Gold Digger” rapper interrupted the country-turned-pop star’s acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards to argue that Beyoncé should have won over her.

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Taylor Swift standing with her arm around Kim Kardashian in the audience at the 2015 MTV VMAs.
Swift and Kardashian seemed friendly at the 2015 VMAs, one year before their social media feud.
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Their feud came to a head in 2016 after West released his song “Famous,” in which he rapped, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous.”

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The fashion designer claimed to have received Swift’s blessing to include the lyric, and Kardashian released audio on Snapchat of the “Bad Blood” singer calling the first line “a compliment.” However, Swift denied knowing about the subsequent “bitch” lyric, saying in a statement on social media that she had been a victim of “character assassination.”

“When I heard the song, I was like, ‘I’m done with this. If you want to be on bad terms, let’s be on bad terms, but just be real about it,’” she told Rolling Stone in 2019.

“I really don’t want to talk about it anymore because I get worked up, and I don’t want to just talk about negative s–t all day.”

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