Taylor Swift Dishes on Scandal Fued With Kim Kardashian, Cancel Culture and More in New Vogue Interview

Taylor Swift Comes at Kim Kardashian West in interview with Vogue 

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh) / Courtesy of Instagram  @TaylorSwift  ,  @voguemagazine  ,  @inezandvinoodh  ,  @tonnegood ,  @sergiokletnoy

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh) / Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift , @voguemagazine , @inezandvinoodh , @tonnegood, @sergiokletnoy

The Noted cover of the 2019 "Vogue" September issue has a place with Taylor Swift, the magazine uncovered Thursday, discharging the spread and the issue's going with meeting with the 29-year-old pop star.

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Notwithstanding discussing her new music and later political activism — with her new collection "Lover" dropping Aug. 23 — Swift considered the months-long web based life crusade to "cancel" her, total with bountiful measures of snake emoticons, after she and Kim Kardashian fought over show with Kanye West.

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh ) / Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift “Wanted to thank  @abbyaguirre  for writing such a thoughtful piece and for diving into my pastel cryptic world of hints, Easter eggs, and numerology. We also talked about sexism, equality, and all things Lover. I ate an entire cheese plate by myself. On stands soon-ish.”

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh ) / Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift “Wanted to thank @abbyaguirre for writing such a thoughtful piece and for diving into my pastel cryptic world of hints, Easter eggs, and numerology. We also talked about sexism, equality, and all things Lover. I ate an entire cheese plate by myself. On stands soon-ish.”

“A mass public shaming, with millions of people saying you are quote-unquote canceled, is a very isolating experience," she said. "I don’t think there are that many people who can actually understand what it’s like to have millions of people hate you very loudly.”

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Courtesy of YouTube @EtCanada

“When you say someone is canceled, it’s not a TV show. It’s a human being," she continued on. "You’re sending mass amounts of messaging to this person to either shut up, disappear, or it could also be perceived as, kill yourself.”

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Courtesy of YouTube @EtCanada

The show among Swift and Kardashian stewed over in 2016, originating from Swift's judgment of West's melody "Famous," in which he sings,  "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitc* famous."

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Courtesy of YouTube @EtCanada

Accordingly, Kardashian posted a video of a call among West and Swift, endeavoring to uncover Swift for supposedly supporting the verses, as opposed to Swift's cases that she didn't even have an inkling what West would state in the tune.

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh) / Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift

Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh) / Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift

The spread highlights 15 well known ladies, including on-screen characters and activists Jane Fonda, Salma Hayek, Jameela Jamil, Yara Shahidi, Laverne Cox and Gemma Chan, with the issue including a discussion between Duchess Meghan and Michelle Obama and Prince Harry talking with Dr. Jane Goodall.


“I’d be a fearless leader. I’d be an alpha type.” Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift / Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh)

“I’d be a fearless leader. I’d be an alpha type.” Courtesy of Instagram @TaylorSwift / Taylor's Vogue spread. (Photograph: Inez and Vindooh)

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