Kim Kardashian denies throwing shade on Taylor Swift

Reality star claims Swift's squad messaged her after SnapChat feud

When Taylor Swift famously hit out after Kanye West called her a ‘b***h’ , his wife Kim Kardashian publicly defended her husband.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star released the phone call between the pop star and Kanye on Snapchat.

But now the reality star claims her intentions were never mean to throw shade on the ‘Shake It Off’ singer.

Talking to Wonderland magazine the 35-year-old said: “’I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don’t feel like I have.

‘I’m being honest. I’m a fan. I like her music. There was no shade.’

She also reveals some members of Taylor’s inner circle contacted her after she released her infamous Snapchat video.

‘Girls in her squad hit me up on text,’ she told Wonderland.

But she’s not saying who texted her, adding: ‘I’m not petty.’

Kim talked about the controversy while also posing in a bizarre series of photos, including one where she eats cream straight out of a can.

In another shot, she’s wearing a sheer long-sleeved crop top with large fluffy pink pompoms covering her breasts.

For the cover shot, she resembles a wacky bride, with a long white veil falling from her head down past her knees.

It was back in July Taylor slammed Kim after she leaked a secret recording of her describing Kanye’s Famous lyrics,  in which he raps about wanting to have sex with the 26-year-old pop star, as a ‘compliment’.

Kim shared the footage on Snapchat prompting Taylor to hit back and insist she never ‘approved’ the song because she wasn’t aware of the full lyrical content which described her as a ‘b***h’.

She also spoke to Wonderland about how difficult it was for Kanye to adjust to the constant media glare during the time when she was pregnant with their daughter North and he was recording the 2013 Yeezy album.

‘He had this aggression. You can hear it. He wasn’t used to this life with me,’ she explained.

‘He was super famous before, but the paparazzi life is a different world.’

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor