As the ongoing feud between pop superstar Taylor Swift and the Kardashian family is still heating, news outlets have unearthed an old interview where Swift told the reporter that one of her worst nightmares is being secretly recorded.
For those not familiar with the story, rap star Kanye West released his latest song last week, dubbed “Famous“, during which he mentions Swift. The lyrics referring to Swift contain strong language, which the pop singer said were written without her knowledge and consent.
In response to the particular claim, West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, posted a video on Snapchat, which shows Kanye talking on the phone with Swift, informing her about the lyrics and asking if he could use them in the song.
Swift’s response was positive, while she also thanked Kanye for letting her know before publishing it. That particular incident sounded even more harmful for Swift when gossip outlets found out Swift’s fear of being secretly recorded.
“I have a lot of issues with buildings like this, ’cause I always feel like someone has bugged the room, and is either videoing me or recording me,” Swift told U.K.’s CapitalFM, in an interview that took place in February 2015. “So that’s one of my paranoias.”
Swift further added that she is petrified by the thought of being wrongfully framed for murder,
“I always have nightmares that I’m being framed for murder and then I’m being framed so well that I can’t remember if I did it or not in the dream. So that really winds me up, and then I’m just freaked out for the next couple of days.”
Moreover, Joseph Kahn, Swift’s close friend and “Bad Blood” music video director, compared Kardashian’s response to Swift, to Nicole Brown Simpson’s 1994 murder.
“Ain’t the first time the Kardashians supported the murder of an innocent blonde woman,” Kahn tweeted on Monday, July 18.
Κahn’s tweet allegedly refers to Kim’s late father, famous lawyer Robert Kardashian, who defended former NFL star O.J. Simpson in his trial for the killings of his ex-wife and her friend Ron Goldman. Simpson was acquitted of all charges.
Via: Daily Mail