Taylor Swift is no longer interested in beefing with Kanye West.
The superstar sat down with Vogue as she graced the latest issue and shared some pretty interesting points in her cover story. Things seemed to be smoothed over with the two stars after Kanye’s infamous VMA speech interruption occurred back in 2009, in turn Swift presented Kanye with the Video Vanguard Award at the same MTV show last year.
But Ye interrupted the singer once more, this time with a lyric on “Famous” off his The Life of Pablo album released earlier this year, implying that him and Swift may still have relations because he made her famous. It seemed as if Swift responded to Ye’s lyrics when she accepted her Grammy for Album of the Year for 1989. But in her cover story with Vogue the singer revealed that her response was more of a message for young women everywhere and that furthering the beef was the least of her worries.
“I think the world is bored with that saga,” Swift said implying that she’s no longer interested in continuing any sort of conflict with West. “I don’t want to add anything to it,” she continued. “I guess what I wanted to call attention to in my speech at the Grammys was how it’s going to be difficult if you’re a woman who wants to achieve something in her life — no matter what,” she said.
Kanye insists he just said what everyone else was thinking and he also admitted that “Famous” ended a lengthy writers block for him.
Check out Swift’s full Vogue cover story here.