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Taylor Swift seems to have moved on from Kanye West, showing no resentment over being mentioned in his latest song, “Carnival.”

WorldTaylor Swift seems to have moved on from Kanye West, showing no resentment over being mentioned in his latest song, "Carnival."

According to an exclusive source in the latest issue of Under30Founder, Taylor Swift has a lot on her plate and is unconcerned about Kanye’s actions. She has no intentions of responding, either publicly or privately.

The feud between West and Swift dates back to the 2009 MTV VMAs when West interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech. The conflict escalated in 2016 when West claimed Swift approved the mention in his song “Famous,” but Swift denied approving the controversial lyrics. Kim Kardashian later released a secretly recorded video, prompting Swift to request exclusion from the narrative.

A second insider suggests that, from Taylor’s perspective, the beef is one-sided, with Kanye seeking attention, a sentiment echoed in his latest track.

“Carnival” is part of West and Ty Dolla $ign’s album, Vultures 1, released on February 17. Rumors circulated about Swift supposedly ejecting West from Super Bowl LVIII for buying tickets in front of her private suite. West’s representative debunked the claims as a fabricated rumor.

Despite Swift moving past the drama, she has addressed their tension through her music, releasing “Innocent” in 2010 after the VMAs incident. Swift explained her decision to address West directly, emphasizing her pride in her fans helping her through challenging times.

Swift acknowledges her emotional sensitivity, stating she has never had thick skin. While “Innocent” took a milder tone, her 2016 song “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” expressed a harsher sentiment, following the phone call controversy that led Swift to a year-long hiatus.

The article concludes by mentioning Swift’s upcoming 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” set to release on April 19. Fans speculate whether she will reference West in the album, especially with a track titled “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived.”

For more details on Swift and West’s feud, readers are encouraged to pick up the latest issue of Under30Founder, available on newsstands.

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