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Taylor Swift Slams ‘Shady’ Kanye West In Brutal New Song

Taylor Swift is not ready to let go of her explosive feud with rapper Kanye West! In her new album, Reputation, the singer started off by bashing Kim Kardashian and her hubby for having allegedly betrayed her in public. Now, she’s gone a step further, making her new song “This Is Why We Can’t have Nice Things” all about her anger towards West.

“It was so nice being friends again / There I was giving you a second chance / But you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand,” says the song.

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As readers know, West and Swift’s feud started in 2009 when the “I Am A God” singer got on the phone during the pop-princess’ VMAs speech. Later, he added a line about Swift in one of his songs, claiming he had “made that b***h famous.”

This made the blonde bombshell furious, as she bashed West, 40, and Kardashian, 37, for deceiving her, only to find that they had recorded their call – in which she allegedly agreed to the inclusion of the lyrics.

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While Swift, 27, is clearly not over the dispute, in her latest song she spoke not only of her troubles with West but also of his own falling out with longtime pal Jay-Z, 47.

“But I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately / Mm mm / If only you weren’t so shady,” reads the lyrics.

“Cause forgiveness is a nice thing to do,” says Swift in her song, only to take it back by vengefully adding “I can’t even say it with a straight face.”

As exclusively reported, a source close to West said that he and Kardashian thought it was “pathetic” that Swift was making such an effort to get back at them, almost one year after their feud. The source added that West is now working on his own revenge track against the pop-princess – and he’s not holding back!

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