Kanye's fractured relationship with Taylor runs back to when he notoriously took the mic from her during her 2009 MTV VMA acceptance speech, however last year, the two made amends, which culminated in Taylor introducing Kanye as he accepted his Video Vanguard Award at last year's VMAs.
Taylor even shared the elaborate flower arrangement Kanye sent her several days after the show, which has become one of the most liked Instagram photos of all time.
However, the relationship torpedoed in the wake of Kanye rapping, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex," and "I made that b**ch famous," on his most recent album.
After a back-and-forth dispute over whether Taylor approved the line, Kim shared clips of a phone conversation between Taylor and Kanye, where she was unknowingly recorded, and the two did appear to discuss Kanye's reference to Taylor in the song (although the words "I made that b**ch famous" are never mentioned on the call).
Taylor took issue with being privately recorded, and maintained that she never heard the full line, in an Instagram response where she asked to be "excluded from this narrative, one that I have never asked to be a part of, since 2009."
Kanye made an appearance at Drake's concert Wednesday in Chicago and didn't hold back from mentioning his drama with Taylor to the crowd. "I am so glad my wife has Snapchat. 'Cause now y'all can know the truth," he said. "And can't nobody talk s**t about Ye no more!"
So... yeah. It's a saga, and it doesn't look to be wrapping up any time soon.
Meanwhile, a source close to Kim told ET the reality star "doesn't regret" snapping their edited conversation, even at the risk of Taylor filing a lawsuit.
"She just felt it was time that people saw that Kanye did everything he could do to make sure Taylor had known about this and that she felt comfortable about it, and she essentially gave him approval," the source told ET earlier this month.