Khia Calls Kanye West a Bitch for Recording Taylor Swift Phone Call
Khia has a hot take on the Kanye West and Kim Kardashian vs. Taylor Swift feud. The "My Neck, My Back" rapper criticized KimYe for secretly recording and leaking a phone call with Swift giving her approval of Kanye's "Famous" lyrics.
"Kanye's bitch ass secretly recorded Taylor Swift's conversation when he called and pretended like he was telling her what this record was gonna be when he was calling her all kind of white bitches and whores," Khia said during an episode of her new radio show The Queen's Court. "And saying that he might as well hit that ass cause he's the who made her famous and all that carrying on. And when he called, Taylor claimed he didn't say all that. She didn't know she was gonna be call all kind of bitches and white whores and slores."
The biggest point of contention in this whole escapade comes from Kanye West's "bitch, I made you famous" line not appearing in the leaked conversation. Taylor Swift says that's because he never said it to her. Khia has fully sided with Swift in this debate. Despite reports of a lawsuit not being feasible, Khia thinks the singer should sue Kanye and Kim Kardashian.
"All I gotta say is I feel like it was premeditated," she continued. "If y'all recorded this conversation months ago and y'all didn't let her know she was being recorded, I think Taylor has a case. And I would sue the hell out of 'em and get me a little money out of they ass for defamation of character and a little bit of more things. Taylor, get yo money. Sue the hell out of 'em. Sue 'em for everything that they got."
Khia wrapped up her thoughts by calling Kanye West a bitch again while speaking on his marriage to Kim Kardashian. The rapper claimed that Kim Kardashian "likes bitches" and was the man in the relationship. Khia did give Kanye some credit though. She explained Yeezy had her respect for his famous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment at A Concert for Hurricane Relief.
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