Kim Kardashian talks about Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Commercial


Is Kim Kardashian West throwing some squad shade?

The reality star took questions on Watch What Happens Live, where she was asked to address her infamous «Snapchat incident» from last year — when Kim played a secretly recorded phone conversation between husband Kanye West and Taylor Swift, and the two discuss the rapper’s controversial «Famous» lyric about making the 1989 singer «famous».

Confirming that she has had no contact with Taylor since the series of snaps were posted, Kim also took issue with the part of the fan’s question asking whether the feud made things «awkward» with Kendall Jenner, who the fan says was in the 27-year-old singer’s girl squad.

«I don’t know if Kendall was a part of her squad, I don’t think she was,» she said, simply. «So I don’t think it was awkward.»

Kim Kardashian was an open book in Andy Cohen’s show, which included talking about Kendall Jenner’s controversial Pepsi ad.

“She totally understood at the end of the day, and she felt really awful for it,” Kim, 36, told host Cohen. “She just wants to move on from it.”

As for Kim, the Selfish author didn’t get a chance to form an opinion on the commercial.

“I didn’t see it until it had already gotten the attention, and so you obviously have a different perspective when everyone’s just saying something,” she explained. “I think I was traveling, and I landed when I saw all this stuff come up.”

As a proud older sister, Kim stands strong behind her 21-year-old supermodel sister.

“I think anytime someone does anything, they don’t have a bad intentions of doing it a certain way, especially because Kendall is so sensitive,” she said. “She would never mean for anyone to perceive anything in a negative way.”
One of the reasons Kim missed the initial post was her new outlook on social media.

“It’s been so important for me to just be present. So when I’m in my house, I’m hardly on my phone,” she told Cohen.

“It’s a rule to be present and to communicate and to interact like normal people. I didn’t have that growing up.”

This article was originally published by ET online