UPDATE 9:10 PM EST:
Ken Ehrlich released the following statement:
"Regarding my statement at the Grammys about Taylor, I misunderstood what she had told me. Under the pressure of rehearsals, rather than say that she was aware of the song, I said she had heard a track when in fact she had not and and what she said to me didn't imply that at all."
So it sounds like Ken is trying to cover his tracks before he gets too much backlash from a certain fiery fan group. LOLz!
Well this sure is interesting!
"I feel like me and Taylor Swift might still have sex, I made that b*tch famous."
Kim Kardashian West's husband of course defended the lyrics and said he contacted Taylor. However, Swift's rep, Tree Paine, told us that Yeezus "did not call for approval" and even said the 26-year-old singer "cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message."
Since then, Taylor of course won album of the year and seemingly called out West during her acceptance speech.
Well there's a NEW twist in the whole Ye vs Tay-Tay, he-said-she-said spat as ET caught up with Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich who dished that Swift DID know about the song and even had an advanced copy!
Ch-ch-check out the clip of Ken revealing Taylor knew about the song ahead of time (below)!