Like…um…research new Kimojis…aaaaand…make “fashion.” Come to think of it, I really don’t know what’s more important to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West than getting into a Candyland slap-fight with the singing Teenie Beanie Baby that is Taylor Swift. What’s that? She’s nearly 6 feet tall? Oh, suddenly we expect her to act her age AND her height?!
Everyone’s mean girl panties have been on fire since Friday when Taylor dropped her new single, “Look What You Made Me Do.” Look what you made me do, Taylor! I’ve gained a nervous twitch listening to your song on a loop and watching the accompanying video in an attempt to analyze who is on your Santa bad list of names you’re checking twice this year. Finger wags obviously went to KimYe, who have more beef with Tay than a cold fridge at Shake Shack. So you think they’d be very obsessed with it. But a source tells People magazine, they’re like, too busy to care.
“Kim and Kanye don’t care about Taylor’s new music. They find it pathetic that she still tries to keep an old feud going. They are not going to give her or her new music any attention. They have more important things to focus on, like their family.”
Aka it’s pathetic how the upper hand got seized from a perfect Keeping Up With The Kardashians/Snapchat receipts tie-in, and returned to Kinda Fergie/Kinda Alanis Barbie’s latest album!
TMZ adds the feud is soooo one-sided because Kanye has bigger fish to fry, like getting a Tidal check and an invite back to Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s house. Who can blame him? It must get old watching the Koven sit around eating salads and plot their next sacrifice. Kim conveniently thinks the fight ended over a year ago when she said it ended, so NYAH on you, Taylor!
One-sided or not, Tay is Swiftering away (I tried) the streaming record with her new music video for “LWYMMD.” Variety says the video clocked over 31 MILLION views in less than 24 hours, and I represent about 29 of those millions because I kept checking to see if Karlie Kloss was on the squad shirt (she’s not). The video was seeing 3 million views an hour at one point, surpassing music industry savior Adele’s record for “Hello.” Of course, what will be of most interest to gays, gayelles, and everyone else in the Lambily is that it appears to be outperforming “Despacito.” It may have tied, but it will likely not surpass Mariah Carey’s number-one song record streak. Christmas (and our ear drums) are saved!