Taylor Swift Shares How Feud With Kim and Kanye Affected Her Mentally

Taylor Swift Shares How Feud , With Kim and Kanye Affected Her Mentally.
In her cover interview for 'Time'
magazine's person of the year, Swift opened
up about the 2016 feud, 'People' reports.
At the time, Kanye West released the song "Famous,"
which contained a vulgar lyric about Swift.
Swift denied approving the lyric, at which point
West's then-wife, Kim Kardashian, released an edited
phone call of their conversation that had been recorded.
Swift denied approving the lyric, at which point
West's then-wife, Kim Kardashian, released an edited
phone call of their conversation that had been recorded.
The phone call led fans to
believe that Swift was lying, even though
she's always maintained that she wasn't.
The public's reaction "took [her]
down psychologically to a place [she'd]
never been before," 'People' reports. .
It felt like "a career death," the singer said. .
Make no mistake —
my career was taken
away from me, Taylor Swift, via 'Time'.
You have a fully manufactured
frame job, in an illegally recorded
phone call, which Kim Kardashian
edited and then put out to say to
everyone that I was a liar, Taylor Swift, via 'Time'.
I moved to a foreign country. I didn’t
leave a rental house for a year. I was
afraid to get on phone calls. I pushed
away most people in my life because
I didn’t trust anyone anymore. I went
down really, really hard, Taylor Swift, via 'Time'.
Eventually, the 33-year-old songwriter learned how
to "persevere as an artist," 'People' reports. .
I’m very careful to be grateful
every second that I get to be doing
this at this level, because I’ve had
it taken away from me before. , Taylor Swift, via 'Time'.
There is one thing I’ve learned:
My response to anything that
happens, good or bad, is to keep
making things. Keep making art, Taylor Swift, via 'Time'

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