Kanye West isn't letting this feud with Taylor Swift go one bit.
Earlier this month Kim Kardashian took to Snapchat to dispute reports from Swift's camp about the singer being unaware of the controversial lyrics in Kanye West's "Famous" prior to its release. Last night (July 27), West made a surprise appearance onstage with Drake at the latter's Summer Sixteen Tour stop in Chicago and made a brief reference to the incident.
"All I gotta say is, I am so glad my wife has Snapchat," West told the crowd. Seconds before performing "Famous, he said, "now y'all can know the truth. And can't nobody talk shit about 'Ye no more."
Fast forward to this morning (July 28), Harper's Bazaar unveiled its upcoming September issue , which finds Mr. and Mrs. West as the newest cover stars. The couple sat with writer Laura Brown to divulge on a number of topics, including one about their favorite Taylor Swift song. "I was such a fan of hers," said Kim. Kanye, meanwhile, responded, "I don't have one."
Beyond topics concerning Swift, the couple also discussed their relationship and importance of nude selfies. "I just love seeing her naked," said West. "And I love beautiful shapes. I feel like it's almost a Renaissance thing, a painting, a modern version of a painting. I think it's important for Kim to have her figure. To not show it would be like Adele not singing."
Elsewhere, the two were asked about their favorite book and song of all time. For Kim, her response for favorite book is "Embraced by the Light."
"It's about a woman who passed away during surgery, and she went to heaven, had her experience, and then came back," she said. "My dad [Robert Kardashian] would try to get me to read it, and I wouldn't. Then when he passed away, I was cleaning out my room in his house, and I found it. I read it, and it helped me. I felt like my dad was okay."
For West, his favorite song of all time was the Jimi Hendrix cover of "All Along the Watchtower," while Kim's fave happened to be her hubby's "Only One." When asked about what historical figure they identify with, West answered "Muhammad Ali, Marilyn Monroe — all day. Next question."
For more on Kanye and Kim's cover story, which was shot by Karl Lagerfeld, for Harper's Bazaar, head here.