Kanye West continues to stir the pot with new song 'Carnival' - Taylor Swift takes center stage

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In his latest album Vultures 1, Kanye West keeps the blaze going in his extended beef with the Taylor Swift. Known for their public feuds and subtle dissing through their music, Kanye has never hidden from the fact that he name-drops Taylor and 'Carnival' is no exception.

In Kanye West's highly anticipated new song, he reignites the flames of his long-standing feud with Taylor Swift by referencing her once again. This latest mention of Taylor in his music only adds fuel to the fire that has been burning between them for years.

"Why she say she sucked my d**k? Then she say she ain't s**k*d my d**k / She gon take it up the a**, like a ventriloquist / I made six Taylor Swift / Since I had the Rollie on the wrist / I'm the new Jesus, b*t*h, I turn water to Crist"

It all started back in 2009 when Kanye interrupted Taylor's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards, saying that Beyoncé should have won instead of her. Ever since then, the two artists have had a very tumultuous relationship which has spilled over into the public arena.

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Kanye has already compared Taylor to one of his earlier songs. Over all the years, his songs have become a constant reference of her name, keeping the controversy alive and the fans guessing about their actual relationship.

In the song "Famous" by Kanye West, there is a controversial line that only added to their beef between Kanye and Taylor Swift. The original lyrics of the song included the line:

" I feel like Taylor Swift still owe me s*x / Why? I made that b*t*h famous"

Over the course of their long-standing feud, both Kanye West and Taylor Swift employ their music as a means to convey their very own opinions and sometimes throw some sneaky references about each other. Ranging from Kanye's infamous line from "Famous" to Taylor's response in the track "Look What You Made Me Do," these artists have been referencing each other in many of their own music.

Finally, 'Carnival' by Kanye West is the latest song which makes references to Taylor Swift, thus renewing their long-standing feud. The long-running fight between these two singers has fascinated audiences everywhere with fans analyzing every lyric and waiting for the next chapter in this public confrontation.