Kim Kardashian Snapchatted THAT Call Between Kanye West & Taylor Swift

Deuces up. Kim Kardashian has had enough. Following tonight's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which broke some behind-the-scenes footage of Kanye West's "Famous" video, Kardashian unleashed some behind-the-scenes intel of her own. That conversation she said Taylor Swift and Ye had in GQ magazine, where he told Tay-Tay all about the song before it came out? Kim wasn't lying.

The video shows Kanye in the studio (with some background shots of very chilled-out producer Rick Ruben just hanging while this goes down), talking on the phone to a voice that is very obviously Taylor Swift. (If you don't Snapchat, watch the whole thing on this Instagram account.)

The convo starts with Kanye asking Swift if she has her Nashville number before cutting to him reading that line to her. She responds by saying, "I'm this close to overexposure."

Ye responds, "I think this is a really cool thing to have."
Then, Swift laughs and says, "Yeah, I think it's like a compliment."

She effusively thanks him for giving her the heads-up on this, saying she never would have expected it, and gushes over the flowers he sent her.

"I don't think anybody who is listening to that [would] be like, 'Oh, that it's a real dis, she must be crying,'" Taylor says before explaining that it's cool that Kanye didn't know who she was that infamous night at the 2009 VMAs — even though her album had sold 7 million copies. Not passive aggressive at all.

Then, things get really damning. Taylor straight-up says exactly what Kim told GQ she said. And that she fully denied.

"If people ask me about it, I think it would be great for me to be like, 'They called me and told me the line before it came out. Joke's on you guys, we're fine,'" she says. "You guys want to call this a feud, you want to call this throwing shade but right before this song comes out I'm going to be on the Grammy red carpet and I'm going to be like, 'He called me!'"

Kim's tweets today make SO much more sense.

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