There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
The source said:
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squad legal team was ready!
According to them, the Shake It Off artist's lawyer sent a letter to the rapper's team which described how secretly recording a conversation is a criminal offense in the state of California, and it was believed by a source that Kanye did in fact record the controversial convo in a Los Angeles studio.
Additionally, the letter reportedly read as such:
"Demand is hereby made that you immediately destroy all such recordings, provide us of assurance that this has been done, and also assurance that these recordings have not been previously disseminated."
And while the award-winning songstress didn't mention that in her response to the reality TV starlet's leak, she did have the internet questioning whether she had that note ready to go as well.
Some Twitter users pointed out the fact that Tay's statement was actually searched for in her Notes app, as shown by the "search" at the top. You can see it (below):
Interesting thing to note re Taylor's response: Top left corner says search, not notes. Most likely had that written, knew this would happen
— Julia (@loudmouthjulia) July 18, 2016
But there's also the argument that she most likely had to go back and edit her draft before making it public:
Taylor probably wrote the note, saved it and then edited it after she read it back. stop being extra and spreading fake drama for RTs.
— ️ (@swiftoutlaws) July 18, 2016
What do U believe??