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Back at it again

Updated on: 16 February,2024 04:27 AM IST  |  Los Angeles
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Kanye attacks Swift again after Super Bowl controversy escalates

Back at it again

Kanye West and Taylor Swift

Rapper Kanye West has taken a dig at singer-songwriter Taylor Swift in a lengthy Instagram post. He claimed that he’s been “more helpful” to her career “than harmful”.

The controversial Bound 2 rapper was reportedly removed from last weekend’s Super Bowl at the request of the Blank Space hitmaker, claims he now denies. He’d only recently bragged on his story about overtaking Swift in Spotify’s global popularity charts.

The pair has history, famously clashing at the 2009 VMAs when Ye interrupted Swift’s award acceptance speech.

He admitted 2023, the year in which he was cancelled for a string of vile antisemitic remarks before being banned from most social media sites, was “incredibly challenging for me, my wife, my children, friends and family.” The rapper explained: “I’ve been banned from hotels, kicked out of companies, and even not allowed to eat in some restaurants.”

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