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Taylor Swift is Sorry! Aplogizes To Nicki Minaj

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Taylor Swift is sorr

After days of Twitter drama, Taylor Swift showed graciousness to the whole debacle with Nicki Minaj and reached out to apologize to the ?Anaconda? singer.

“I thought I was being called out.?I missed the point, I misunderstood, then misspoke. I’m sorry, Nicki,” Swift tweeted.

Taylor Swift?is sorry

The drama began when Taylor, America?s sweetheart but known for speaking her mind (remember that Apple?), butted in on Minaj?s Twitter moment, calling the MTV VMA as unfair for not including her hit single, ?Anaconda? for Best Choreography and Best Video of the Year. For some reason, Taylor thought Minaj was having a go at her because her video Bad Blood was nominated. And it all spiraled down from there. Though Swift has already ?apologized? Minaj is still to send a formal reply and just resulted to reposting reactions from fans calling for Taylor to apologize. And soon we got Kim Kardashian-West putting her nose (or bum) right in the middle of it all, using her husband?s famous MTV VMA line, ‘Imma let you finish but…’ complete with photo of herself sprawled on the sofa in apparent Vogue Spain shoot. People thought she was having a go at the recent rift, but explained it was just a bad case of wrong timing. The photo has since been taken down. Another artist Katy Perry, twitted a bizaare message which seems to be saying that Taylor was a hypocrite for what she did saying, ?”Finding it ironic to parade the pit women against other women argument about as one unmeasurably capitalises on the take down of a woman…” Yes we couldn?t understand it as well, but it?s worth noting that both Swift and Perry dated acoustic artist, John Mayer, so there?s definitely bad blood there as well. In the end, Minaj tweeted that she has accepted Swift?s apology: ?That means so much Taylor, thank you.?

The artist even went ahead to say that she has always loved Taylor Swift and that she has more respect for her now, and that everybody should MOVE ON!

 

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