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Rapper Kayne West is suddenly at the receiving end. His feud with award-winning singer Taylor  Swift is now being debated in the entertainment circles, and most of the celebrities have joined sides with Swift. The hatred for West is natural, considering that the rapper belted out a few lines that amount to hurting Swift big time.

Joining the Taylor Swift camp, pop star Selena Gomez has pledged her love for Swift and in the process has slammed West, for his lyrics of “Famous”, and the lines go this: “I feel like Taylor and I might still have sex . . . I made that bitch famous.”

The growing hatred for Kayne West is apparent as stars continue to line up behind Swift, against what West has been mouthing. It isn’t just Selena Gomez slamming West. She has been joined by an array of celebrities, including model Gigi Hadid, actresses Jamie King and Ruby Rose.

Jamie King, in fact, went one step further by storming out of Kanye West’s fashion show. Visibly furious about what the rapper sang, King stormed out of his show at Madison Square Garden on Thursday as soon as the infamous Famous song played.

Justifying her action, Jamie King said that the lyric hurt her and that she adores and loves Taylor Swift as her sister.  Jamie as joined in by ‘Hunger Games’ actress Willow Shields, who reiterated that she would always stand behind Taylor.

Meanwhile, adding numbers to the Taylor squad, actress Ruby Rose hopped on to Twitter and proclaimed her love for Taylor. She tweeted: “Too many lines crossed. If I put myself in the shoes of the women he has hurt recently. Victims of Bill Cosby, The Slut shaming, Amber… “And now my dear friend Taylor. Right before another huge moment for her. Can I still support him and call myself a feminist? A friend? No. (sic)”

Another celebrity friend Gigi Hadid too used Twitter to say she loves Taylor and that she stood by her. Her tweet went thus: “My attendance somewhere does not mean I agree with everything being said in the music playing there. My friends know of my loyalty.”