Camilla Belle Sides With Katy Perry Over The Taylor Swift & Nicki Minaj Feud

24 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Camilla Belle Finally Gets Revenge on Taylor Swift, Sides With Katy Perry in VMAs Feud.

An unexpected battle between Minaj and Swift took off late Tuesday, July 21, when the “Anaconda” rapper called out the MTV Video Music Awards for not showing more love to black artists. Perry, Swift’s former buddy and the presumed subject of “Bad Blood,” chimed in with her own two cents. “Finding it ironic to parade the pit women against other women argument about as one unmeasurably capitalizes on the take down of a woman…” Perry, 30, wrote on Wednesday, July 23. As fans will recall (how can one forget!?), Swift famously slammed Bell in her 2010 song “Better for Revenge” for hooking up with her ex Joe Jonas. (Swift also recalled the 2008 split – Jonas broke up with her in a 27-second phone call – in the track “Forever and Always.”) “I never saw it coming, wouldn’t have suspected it / I underestimated just who I was dealing with,” Swift sings in the testy tune. “She had to know the pain was beating on me like a drum / She underestimated just who she was stealing from.” Swift – now dating famed DJ Calvin Harris – goes on to sing that the unnamed actress in her song isn’t a saint and is better known for the things she does on a mattress(!). “Soon she’s gonna find / Stealing other people’s toys / On the playground won’t / Make you many friends,” Swift quips. “She should keep in mind / She should keep in mind /There is nothing I do better than revenge.” Jonas, 25, and Belle were first introduced on set of The Jonas Brothers’ “Lovebug” music video.

The former boy bander is currently dating Swift’s good friend and model Gigi Hadid, and the couple were invited to Swift’s Rhode Island pad over the Fourth of July weekend.

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