Either way, the writers of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice really should be paying attention.
Because Tay Tay v Kimye: Dawn Of Shade just hit a dramatic third act.
But first, a quick recap of what led us here.
First, Kim K decided that she’d had jack of T-Swift griping about never having approved Yeezy’s single Famous, which included the lyrical pearler:
“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous.”
Not only did she accuse Swift of actually helping Yeezy re-write some of the song’s lyrics, Kim also decided to drive the knife even deeper by posting Snapchat footage of a call between Ye and Tay – on speaker phone – which straight up confirmed that Swift not only approved the controversial sexual lyric, but also thought it was a “compliment”.
ICYMI: here’s some rough-as-guts footage of the incriminating moment:
Then, T-Swift countered with an Instagram post claiming that she’d a) never consented to the “that bitch” part of the lyric, b) never wanted to be a part of the feud in the first place, and c) frankly been a victim of character assassination:
That moment when Kanye West secretly records your phone call, then Kim posts it on the Internet. pic.twitter.com/4GJqdyykQu
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) July 18, 2016
And now, it’s been revealed that Swift’s team actually threatened Yeezy with legal action months ago over the recorded phone call, in a bid to deal with the issue before it exploded into the public eye like the social media Mount Vesuvius that it was.
TMZ are reporting that her lawyers contacted West’s counterparts back in February, citing that it’s actually illegal – and a felony in the US state of California – to secretly record phone calls.
Which pretty much means that Tay Tay now has ample legal grounds to sue the fark out of Kimye, which TBH would make for a thrilling climax to this whole saga.
We’ll bring you more info as it develops.