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Kim Kardashian Slams by Taylor Swift

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Kim Kardashian Slams by Taylor Swift: It Has been years since Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian were secured in a nasty feud over Kanye West’s “Famous” lyrics — but the pop superstar still is not over it!

Vogue’s fresh cover story features Swift, 29, talking the highs and lows of her profession, and also the “Me!” Singer made it obvious she has not forgiven the Maintaining With the Kardashians celebrity for her epic social networking takedown at 2016.

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

According to Radaronline, Swift slammed West for referring to her as “that b***h” in one of his songs.

Kardashian, 37, subsequently called Swift that a “snake” on Twitter, and exposed movies of this superstar seemingly secretly signing off West’s lyrics.

The reality queen’s fans attacked the superstar, and sparked the trending hashtags #TaylorSwiftIsASnake and #TaylorSwiftIsCanceled.

Fast-forward to today, and actor Joe Alwyn‘s girlfriend called the feud a “very isolating experience.”

It prompted Swift to fall the diss track “Look What You Made Me Do” at 2017.

“When you say someone is canceled, it’s not a TV show,” Swift said of the backlash. “It’s a human being. You’re sending mass amounts of messaging to this person to either shut up, disappear, or it could also be perceived as, ‘Kill yourself.’”

The nasty online drama led Swift to “restructure” her life, she told Vogue.

“I knew I needed to make music about it because it was the only way I could survive it,” the pop star added. “It was the only way I could preserve my mental health and also tell the story of what it’s like to go through something so humiliating.”

Less than one month after Swift released the diss track, Kardashian reignited the fight by posting a throwback photo from West’s “Famous” music video.

Swift has recently put out positive new music with her songs “Me” and “You Need To Calm Down.”

Still, Swift admitted to feeling insecure in recent years since the scandal.

“When you’re going through loss or embarrassment or shame, it’s a grieving process with so many micro emotions in a day,” she said, adding, “That was horrible. Why did that have to happen? What am I supposed to take from this other than mass amounts of humiliation?”

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Kanye West says he had COVID-19, speaks against vaccines

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In an incredible four-hour-long interview with Forbes, Kanye West said he fell sick from the coronavirus in February and spoke against a COVID-19 vaccine.

Following the rapper’s Independence Day announcement that he would be running for the US presidency in 2020, Ye revealed to Forbes he’d contracted COVID-19 in February and insisted his tweet was not a publicity stunt.

“Chills, shaking in the bed, taking hot showers, looking at videos telling me what I’m supposed to do to get over it,” West described his experiences with the illness.

“I remember someone had told me Drake had the coronavirus and my response was Drake can’t be sicker than me!”

He maintained that the illness had nothing to do with his considerations to run this year.

“God just gave me the clarity and said it’s time,” West said. “You know I was out there, ended up in the hospital, people were calling me crazy. I’m not crazy.

“Between all of the influences and the positions that we can be put in as musicians… It can drive you crazy, through all of that I was looking crazy because it wasn’t the time. Now it’s time. And we’re not going crazy, we’re going Yeezy, it’s a whole ‘notha level now. N-O-T-H-A.”

West also revealed his suspicions surrounding a COVID-19 vaccine to combat the disease, calling it “the mark of the beast”. “We pray,” West began, “We pray for the freedom. It’s all about God. We need to stop doing things that make God mad.”

West candidly touched upon his previous (and very public) support for Trump, saying, “Trump is the closest president we’ve had in years to allowing God to still be part of the conversation.”

Forbes reporter Randall Lane described the conversation with West as “four rambling hours of interviews”, through which the billionaire rapper also shared his thoughts on abortion, foreign policies, Joe Biden, racial healing after George Floyd, his position as a political novice, taxes, China, that he “envisions a White House organisational model based on the secret country of Wakanda in Black Panther” and that he no longer supports President Trump – “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview.”

West’s candidacy announcement was supported publicly by Elon Musk, who tweeted, “You have my full support.” The response to West’s announcement was swift, though it divided many of his followers.

Despite his intent to run, West had already missed several key deadlines in six US states. He is, though, still eligible to register in the states of South Carolina, Florida, Missouri, Colorado and Michigan, whose ballot deadlines fall this month.

On July 6, West reportedly filed papers to trademark his ‘West Day Ever’ slogan.

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Here’s Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ in the style of Iron Maiden

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A YouTuber has created their own virtual meeting of two metal giants, after imagining what Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ would sound like if it was covered by Iron Maiden.

The impressive effort from Finnish YouTuber Metal Börje sees Metallica’s 1991 hit being recreated in the style of the British metal pioneers.

While it might just be an instrumental cover, it’s an entirely believable take on what the meeting of the two bands would probably sound like – with Maiden’s signature style (and some brilliant face masks) all present through the video.

Borje has form for his unusual takes, having previously imagined what it would sound like if Slipknot had created ‘Enter Sandman’.

Meanwhile, Metallica fans craving their fix of new material might not have to wait too much longer after it emerged that the band are recording new material during lockdown.

In a new interview with The Vinyl Guide podcast , bassist Rob Trujillo said that the band were in touch on a weekly basis to share ideas and updates on what they’ve been crafting in their own home studios.

“We communicate every week, which is really great, so we have our connection intact. And what we’ve started doing is basically just really concentrating on our home studios and being creative from our homes and navigating through ideas and building on new ideas,” he said.

“We’re excited about cultivating new ideas, to be honest. And everybody’s in a good headspace, for the most part, and that’s pretty much our focus now — let’s have fun with this. That’s part of the reason I got some updated recording gear and I’m putting ideas together and we’re checking kind of each other’s vibes out on new stuff. And that’s pretty much where we’re at.”

The update comes after Lars Ulrich said that there was “a very good chance” the band would utilise their extra downtime to produce a “quarantine record”, which would follow on from 2016’s ‘Hardwired… To Self Destruct’.

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Bill Callahan and Sharon Van Etten are among the lineup for the second edition of Folk Medicine, a live-streamed benefit concert for Amazon Basin residents affected by COVID-19. See the full lineup below.

The livestream will take place on Facebook Live and Zoom on Friday July 17 at 1am BST. While the concert can be watched for free on Folk Medicine’s Facebook page, viewers are encouraged to donate by buying a Zoom ticket. All proceeds from ticket sales will be sent directly to Folk Medicine, who have set an initial fundraising goal of $150,000.

“The situation throughout the Amazon Basin is dire as indigenous peoples, already facing centuries of systemic oppression, suffer from illness, lack of food, medical supplies and income due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” organisers said in an Instagram post.

“Medical infrastructure has completely collapsed in many regions and jungle communities are left largely to fend for themselves. Without access to direct aid, people are already dying at alarming rates. We must act now.

“Our initial goal of 150 thousand dollars will support indigenous Amazonians who need money for food, medications, oxygen, and economic relief now and in the coming months. Folk Medicine is currently distributing aid to 35 existing campaigns!”

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The situation throughout the Amazon Basin is dire as indigenous peoples, already facing centuries of systemic oppression, suffer from illness, lack of food, medical supplies and income due to the CO V ID-19 pandemic. Medical infrastructure has completely collapsed in many regions and jungle communities are left largely to fend for themselves. Without access to direct aid, people are already dying at alarming rates. We must act now. FOLK MEDICINE is an umbrella fundraising initiative that supports direct pandemic relief throughout the Amazon.On June 10th, our first live-stream concert raised 32 thousand dollars on the first night with 10 thousand viewers between Zoom and Facebook Live. Our initial goal of 150 thousand dollars will support indigenous Amazonians who need money for food, medications, oxygen, and economic relief now and in the coming months. Folk Medicine is currently distributing aid to 35 existing campaigns! Tickets on sale at link in bio with 100% of proceeds distributed to direct aid efforts. Many of us have been touched by the blessings of Amazonian wisdom traditions, or at the very least, recognize the importance of active reciprocity for the guardians of this vital organ of our planet – the Amazon Rain Forest. The artists have generously offered their talent and platforms to raise awareness and funds to offer immediate assistance with 100% of donations financing direct aid. Painting by @elenastonaker #activereciprocity

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The first Folk Medicine livestream took place in June and raised $32,000 on the first night from an audience of more than 10,000 viewers. Performers for the night included Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Devendra Benhart, Avey Tare, Mariee Sioux and more.

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