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Taylor Swift sympathizes with Drake as she slams Kanye West in Rolling Stone interview

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Taylor Swift dug into one of the most fraught relationships of her career – not with one of her celebrity exes, but with Kanye West.
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Taylor Swift Reveals She Almost Quit Music In a recent interview with ‘Rolling Stone,’ Swift opened up about the struggles of the music industry and how they have affected her. Taylor Swift, to 'Rolling Stone' When asked about whether she had considered quitting in 2016, following controversy...

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