Aaaaaaaaand the hostility continues!Unless you’ve been living under a rock for literally 10+ years, you’re aware of the epic ongoing hostility between Taylor Swift and Kanye West . There have been ages where the conflict between them adjudicated down, but after the amaze exhaust of the
Now, another musician in the chronicle has developed to throw his two pennies into the mix. This time it’s rapper and farmer Havoc of the hip-hop duo Mobb Deep, who developed a couple of tracks from The Life of Pablo — including Famous .
In a recent exchange with the Daily Beast , Havoc weighed in on Swift’s reaction to the controversial poetic,” I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I prepared that fucking bitch famous .” Unsurprisingly, the producer sided with his artist. He said:
The pop superstar’s tent
” I foresee creators are craftsmen, and she has certainly chill out . It’s not that serious. She has an awesome career, and she don’t need to be fighting with another awful craftsman. Freedom of lecture is alive and well–or should be–and she shouldn’t be going out there complaining about not clearing this .”
BFF Selena Gomez would agree. Discussing the Tennessee native’s touched song Lover with Zane Lowe for Apple Music on Monday, Sel spurted:
“[ There’s] good-for-nothing actually to say other than this is another song that shows her ability to take it back to the old, to also mix it with her are difficult to do new things with her music . … So I think that’s as pure that–I’ll always , not even biased, just think she is one of the greatest songwriters .”
For her proportion, The Man singer seems unbothered by the( endless !) drama. She posted a superb fresh-faced Instagram with the caption,” Not a lot going on at the moment”( real Swifties will remember it as the word on her iconic 22 tee ).
What do U fantasize, Perezcious readers? Are you still # TeamTaylor? Or do you think she still needs to toughen up, after all this time? Sound OFF with your thoughts in the comments( below )!
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