No one will forget the notorious Kim Kardashian West-Kanye West-Taylor Swift fiasco.
The "Famous" feud, in which Kim backed her hubby's claims of contacting the pop singer prior to releasing the song with her in the lyrics (and then made that very clear to everyone by releasing the footage on Kim's Snapchat), caused quite the controversy in the entertainment world.
But the cover star tells Wonderland magazine's Eve Barlow in its latest issue that she wasn't trying to throw shade at Swift. In our exclusive sneak peek at her spread, Kim tells the mag, "I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest. I'm a fan. I like her music. There was no shade."
However, whether there was intentional shade or not, she definitely got a ring from some of Taylor's squad members.
"Girls in her squad hit me up on text," Kim said, but when asked who, she replied, "I'm not petty."
Kim also talked about the earlier days of her relationship with Kanye, explaining that the constant paparazzi attention was something 'Ye wasn't prepared for. "When he was recording [2013 album] Yeezus, I was so pregnant and miserable," she said.
"He had this aggression. You can hear it. He wasn't used to this life with me. He was super famous before, but the paparazzi life is a different world."
Wonderland hits newsstands in U.K. this Friday and in the U.S. the first week of October.