The drama between Taylor Swift and Kanye West over the song “Famous” continues.
TMZ reports that Swift is considering filing a police report over a phone call that West recorded while reciting lyrics from the song to her.
“For all my Southside n***** that know me best. I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,” West can be heard rapping on the recording.
West wanted Swift’s approval to include the line in the song. During their conversation she consented, but after it was released her rep denied the singer was previously made aware of the track, which appears on Yeezy’s album, “The Life of Pablo.”
On Sunday, July 17, West’s wife Kim Kardashian leaked the conversation via Snapchat to prove Swift had prior knowledge and approved the lyrics.
However, because Yeezy recorded the call in California and didn’t let Swift know about it he broke the state’s “two-party consent” law.
Swift believes he committed a felony.
In the song West also raps “I made that b**** famous.”
That added to Swift’s anger. She says she never consented to being referred to as a “b****” during the call because West never mentioned it. She wants the entire hour-long conversation released to prove her point.