One of yesterday's biggest news stories was Kanye West's appearance on Angie Martinez's show on Hot 97. Not only did the rapper reveal that he'll be launching a new collaboration with adidas, but it was the first time he and wife-to-be Kim Kardashian were interviewed together. But while the broadcast was airing, Taylor Swift released a little subtweet to Kanye just as he was talking about Barack Obama calling him a "jackass." If you recall, that Obama remark was in reference to Kanye's infamous stage-rush during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards while Taylor Swift was accepting her Moonman for Best Female Video. As Kanye was telling Angie that the President has to talk about him and Kardashian to stay relevant, Swift tweeted a video of her accepting an American Music Award last Sunday night to divert the Internet's attention from him.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 25, 2013
Sounds like a stretch, right? But for Swift, that four-year-old incident is still a constant in her life. In a recent profile in New York Magazine, pop critic Jody Rosen revealed an interesting piece of art in the singer's Nashville apartment:
On the wall of her living room, I noticed a photograph in a gilded frame: the famous image of Kanye West, stage-crashing Swift’s acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. Underneath the picture is a caption, handwritten by Swift: Life is full of little interruptions.
Does this mean "I'mma let you finish, but..." jokes are fair game again?