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Kanye West claims he’s ‘been much more helpful to Taylor Swift’s career than harmful’… after denying she got him kicked out of the Super Bowl

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Kanye West, 46, said Wednesday that he has been

Kanye West said Wednesday that he has been “far more helpful than detrimental to Taylor Swift’s career,” denied that the singer kicked him out of Sunday’s Super Bowl and said efforts to suppress the success of her new album Vultures 1 are similar to racism. .

West, 46, posted on Instagram in response to a Twitter post encouraging Swift fans to buy Beyoncé’s new single, Texas Hold ’em, to keep West’s new single, Vultures, off the top spot. from Billboard.

The account added: ‘REMEMBER she just DRAGGED Taylor on her latest Instagram story,’ referring to a post that said she had overtaken Swift for the top spot globally on Spotify.

West said in the caption of his response, originally posted in all caps: “When I said I’m Jesus’ new bitch, I wasn’t even thinking about Taylor Swift.”

‘That was quite a line before, but I appreciate the free promotion. Lil Wayne actually mentions Travis Kelce on Vultures 2. This album is really super positive and fun, it’s about making it big.’

Swift was photographed at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas during the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Kanye West, 46, said Wednesday that he has been “far more helpful than harmful to Taylor Swift’s career,” denied that the singer had kicked him out of Sunday’s Super Bowl and said efforts to suppress the success of his new album Vultures 1 are similar to racism

West posted his comment on Instagram in response to a Twitter post encouraging Swift fans to buy Beyoncé's new single, Texas Hold Em, to keep West's new single, Vultures, off the top spot.

West posted his comment on Instagram in response to a Twitter post encouraging Swift fans to buy Beyoncé’s new single, Texas Hold ‘Em, to keep West’s new single, Vultures, off the top spot.

West, whose career has foundered amid a torrent of anti-Semitic comments he has made for more than a year, said 2023 “was incredibly challenging for me, my wife, my children, friends and family.”

“I was banned from hotels, expelled from companies and even not allowed to eat in some restaurants.”

West said efforts have been made to hinder the commercial success of his new album Vultures 1, which he said was “pulled from platforms to limit our first week numbers.”

‘Everyone saw how vultures were taken off the platforms to limit our number of people in the first week. This reminds me of the mistreatment my people receive because of the color of our skin.’

West once again focused on Swift, telling his followers that he had been beneficial to her career and even taking her side amid her professional battle with Scooter Braun over ownership of her material.

“Remember, I was on Taylor’s side when Scooter bought her masters behind her back,” he said. ‘She and Beyoncé are great inspirations to all musicians, we always say that they both sell out tours and movies.

“Also, I’m sure I’ve been much more helpful to Taylor Swift’s career than detrimental. To all Taylor Swift fans, I’m not your enemy uuum, although I’m not your friend either lol.

The Grammy-winning music artist also denied that Swift escorted him out of Sunday’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas, where he was accompanied by his wife Bianca Censori, 29.

The account added: 'REMEMBER she just DRAGGED Taylor on her latest Instagram story,' referring to a post that said she had overtaken Swift for the top spot globally on Spotify.

The account added: ‘REMEMBER she just DRAGGED Taylor on her latest Instagram story,’ referring to a post that said she had overtaken Swift for the top spot globally on Spotify.

The Grammy-winning music artist also denied that Swift escorted him out of Sunday's Super Bowl in Las Vegas, where he was accompanied by his wife Bianca Censori, 29.

The Grammy-winning music artist also denied that Swift escorted him out of Sunday’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas, where he was accompanied by his wife Bianca Censori, 29.

West said:

West said: “My wife had never been to a Super Bowl so she wanted to walk around and have a good time, we had a really fun day.”

Swift was seen jubilant after her boyfriend Travis Kelce's Chiefs defeated the 49ers.

Swift was seen jubilant after her boyfriend Travis Kelce’s Chiefs defeated the 49ers.

“Also, I didn’t get kicked out of the Super Bowl, we left our seats to go to the YG box and see different friends,” he said. “My wife had never been to a Super Bowl, so she wanted to walk around and have a good time. We had a really fun day.”

The seeds of the feud between West and Swift were planted at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards on September 13, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

In the infamous exchange, West infamously interrupted Swift during her victory speech for the Best Female Video award for You Belong With Me, which had been nominated against Beyonce’s Single Ladies.

West came on stage, took the microphone from Swift and said, ‘Hey, Taylor, I’m so happy for you, I’ll let you finish.’ But Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time! One of the best videos of all time.’

While the music stars seemed to be on better terms in the years that followed (they were photographed at several events in the years since), things blew up after the release of West’s 2016 song Famous.

West claimed at the time that Swift had given him her blessing to refer to her as ‘B****’ in the song’s lyrics, in reference to the VMA incident.

Swift said she never reached such an agreement, leading to a public dispute with West after he and ex-wife Kim Kardashian in July 2016 released a call West and Swift had over the content of Famous’s song.

Kardashian alluded to Swift as a snake when posting the call, saying in a tweet: ‘Wait, is National Snake Day legit?!?!? They’ve got holidays for everyone, I mean everything these days!’

The seeds of discord between West and Swift were planted at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards on September 13, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

The seeds of discord between West and Swift were planted at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards on September 13, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

In the infamous exchange, West infamously interrupted Swift during her victory speech for Best Female Video for You Belong With Me, which had been nominated against Beyoncé’s Single Ladies.

West referenced Swift in the lyrics and video of his 2016 song Famous. The video featured several celebrities, including Swift, West, and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

West referenced Swift in the lyrics and video of his 2016 song Famous. The video featured several celebrities, including Swift, West, and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

Swift in 2019 spoke with Fashion about how he handled the high-profile scandal, saying he channeled his energies into his material.

“A massive public shaming, with millions of people saying you’re quote-unquote cancelled, is a very isolating experience,” he said of the difficult moment. ‘When you say someone is cancelled, it’s not a TV show. It’s a human.

“You’re sending massive amounts of messages to this person to get them to shut up, disappear, or it could also be perceived as, ‘Kill yourself.'”

She opened up about the creative process in the wake of the scandal, which reportedly inspired the songs This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things and Look What You Made Me Do.

“I knew right away that I needed to make music about this because I knew it was the only way to survive,” Swift told the outlet. “It was the only way to preserve my mental health and also tell the story of what it’s like to go through something so humiliating.”

Bill Maher revealed last week that he walked out of a two-hour interview he did with West for his Club Random podcast, saying he didn’t want to further promote the racist views espoused by West, whom he described as a “charming anti-Semite.”

Maher, 68, said TMZ“And by the way, he’s not the only one in America who feels that way; it’s not like Jews are universally loved, except for Kanye West.”

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