Taylor Swift Embraces Humor Regarding Past Kanye West Drama in Recent Revelations


The long-standing feud between Taylor Swift and Kanye West has been an enduring narrative in pop culture, lingering for years without signs of a resolution. However, Swift has reached a point where she can inject humor into the situation, despite being on the receiving end of West’s contentious actions. When a feud lasts nearly as long as the airing of a long-running TV show like “Grey’s Anatomy,” finding humor in it seems like a natural course of action.

The feud between Swift and West originated in 2009 when West notoriously interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs, asserting that Beyoncé deserved the award instead. This public embarrassment initiated a prolonged back-and-forth between the two artists, marked by hit songs and intertwined with Kardashian-related controversies.

Swift appears to have reached a place of acceptance regarding the feud and has started incorporating playful references into her performances. During her “The Eras” tour stop in Mexico City, she humorously referenced being interrupted on stage, acknowledging that being interrupted by fans chanting her name was the best kind of interruption she could experience. With a subtle nod to Kanye West, she quipped, “It’s really the only way to be interrupted, and I would know.” Swift’s ability to make light of the situation showcased her adeptness at handling the ongoing drama with humor.


This isn’t the first time Swift has subtly referenced the feud after maintaining silence for years. In a surprise performance of “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” in Seattle, a song believed to be directed at West and Kim Kardashian, Swift sang a line about forgiveness with a burst of laughter, suggesting she couldn’t say it with a straight face. Her laugh was interpreted by many as a veiled message, indicating that she might have moved beyond the petty drama.

The relationship between Swift and West has fluctuated over time. Despite a temporary truce in 2015 at the VMAs, their conflict reignited when West released the track “Famous,” where he referred to Swift using a derogatory term. This led to public contention about whether Swift consented to the lyrics, with conflicting statements from both parties and the release of Snapchat footage attempting to prove West’s claim. Swift addressed her experience with the incident, acknowledging that disarming petty bullying often involves learning to laugh and move forward.

In a candid interview with Rolling Stone, Swift candidly discussed her past attempts to seek West’s approval, only to experience betrayal when he used her vulnerability for his advantage. Describing him as “two-faced,” she expressed disappointment in his actions, signaling her readiness to accept a contentious relationship but urging him to be genuine about it.