Kanye West can't get over his feud with Taylor Swift. Performing in her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee last Saturday night, West made a point to lash out at her, singing "Famous" not once, twice, but three times.
At one point, Yeezus's fans reportedly even stopped worshipping at the alter of "Saint Pablo" for a moment, to chant "fuck Taylor Swift" at the stage.
The Ye vs. Tay drama famously started when he crashed the stage at the VMAs in 2009. It was revived earlier this year with the release of his hit song, "Famous."
In it, the line “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous" was the rap heard 'round the world, which Swift quickly called misogynistic. Then Kim Kardashian released the receipts, showing the world that Swift had apparently given West permission to reference her.
To this very day, she still insists she didn't sign off on his choice to say the word "bitch."
But on Saturday night, West didn't just stop at singing the song thrice: he delivered one of his famous sermons as well.
“I need to hear that loud in Nashville” he yelled on stage, "So many people told me, 'You've got to take that line out of the song. You got to play it safe, but this is what rap music is. This is what art is. Saying how you feel. And this song is how I feel."
Art is truth and truth is art. But is getting people to chant "F**k Taylor Swift" (on her own turf!) fun and arty or straight-up bullying?
One thing is certain, many will never forgive Kanye West for making them feel bad for Taylor f**king Swift.