It sounds like the Kanye West and Taylor Swift feud may be over—again. The rapper was recently asked by the paparazzi about the feud at LAX, to which he replied, "I want the best for that person, but there's people going through real issues out here." He continued, "There's people out of work. There's people in debt that can't make it out of the debt. There's people that's in debt that don't have a shoe. There's people that are in debt that don't have a hit album out also." 'Ye then played down the headline-grabbing feud by stating that fans can listen to whoever they like. "The media tried to make this an ongoing story and everything for hits and blah blah," West said. "I don't think people care about me or her in that way. People care about their families, their kids. If you like my music, listen to it. If you like her music, listen to it."
Kanye's comments follow Taylor Swift's historic win at the Grammys for Album of the Year, making her the first woman to ever win the award twice. During her speech, she shot back at Kanye for his lyrics about her in the song "Famous." After the world heard "Famous" at Kanye's The Life of Pablo listening party at MSG, each singer's camps released conflicting stories about whether or not Taylor was notified beforehand about it. Most recently, audio surfaced of Kanye calling Taylor a "fake ass" backstage at Saturday Night Live. Taylor has yet to comment on the incident.