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Kim Kardashian Reads a Kanye Mean Tweet to Jimmy Kimmel!

We all love those "celebrities read mean tweets" segments that Jimmy Kimmel does. Honestly, we sometimes wonder if some of the hateful tweets are really just attempts to get on TV.

Well, to celebrate Jimmy Kimmel's birthday, the show put together mean tweets about Jimmy Kimmel — giving him a taste of his own medicine — and had his various celebrity friends read them to him.

There are a lot of gems, here. But what might be the best one is Kim Kardashian reading a mean tweet about Jimmy … written by Kanye West.

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Ray Romano is Kimmel's birthday guest, and the tweet that he read was:

"Jimmy Kimmel needs a kick to his d–k hole."

That would take some impressive aim.

Michael Keaton, one of those rare actors who's played both a superhero and supervillain (Batman and also The Vulture), read the first of many tweets that shame Jimmy's appearance.

"I thought I saw Jimmy Kimmel @ Home Depot. Turns out it was just a sloppy dude with big dimples."

That's not actually one of the meaner ones.

Halle Berry, who is looking jaw-droppingly gorgeous as always, reads: 

"@jimmykimmel you are a jackass d–k sucker keep your mouth shut and do your little Tv show or get the f–k out of our country."

That bit of nuanced opinionating sounds political in nature.

Blackish star (and former Law & Order star) Anthony Anderson shared a strangely introspective hateful tweet:

"@jimmykimmel you represent everything I hate about myself. You bloated douche bag."

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Controversial radio host Howard Stern jumps in, after wondering how he managed to get roped into doing this bit:

"Is Jimmy Kimmel crosseyed or just ridiculously ugly?"

He dismisses that particular mean tweet as "stupid." He's right.

David Spade seems a little too enthusiastic as he reads:

"@jimmykimmel go suck a gorilla d–k u dumb fatass."

Honestly, all that we can think about when we see David Spade is his feud with Danielle Bregoli.

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Chris Hemsworth reads a backhanded compliment, though he's distracting in his handsomeness … and in that he trips over one word.

"@jimmykimmel is a comedy god. Like a deformed, lame, hideous god, such as ancient Greece's Hephaestus. But that ugly bozo was still a god."

As you'll see in the video below, Chris really struggles with the name Hephaestus. Way more than anyone should, since most people learn about the Olympians in elementary school. Maybe not in Australia?

(Since Thor: Ragnarok was absolutely incredible and probably the best MCU film to date, we'll give Chris a pass on that)

Speaking of stars of excellent media, Kristen Bell reads a tweet that body-shames Jimmy Kimmel in more ways than one:

"@jimmykimmel R u kidding me w that flabby body? What the f–k – get 2 the gym man. Do u really shave ur pits??? Scary!"

That's rude. Also hair-removal doesn't have to be gender-based.

(You know she's starring on The Good Place, which was so good that I binged the first season in one day … whoops)

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Jon Stewart, who's not doing much recently other than getting roasted by Kathy Griffin on Twitter over his response to the Louis C.K. revelations, reads:

"Jimmy Kimmel is that same fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money who grew up to become that fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money."

Ouch!

Larry David's might be the funniest (as you'll see, he just about loses it) but also one of the meanest:

"This is going to sound fantastic, but I forgot Jimmy Kimmel's name so I googled 'Ugly late night talk show host' and I got him, top link."

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There are plenty of others, including actors Liam Neeson and Jennifer Lawrence and convicted rapist Mike Tyson.

But who really got our attention was Kim Kardashian.

Most of these stars were reading tweets from random, quasi-anonymous internet strangers.

Kim Kardashian, however, was reading a tweet from a fellow celebrity … who is also her husband.

Kanye West's words, as read by Kim:

"JIMMY KIMMEL PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES … OH NO THAT MEANS YOU WOULD HAVE GOTTEN TOO MUCH GOOD P—Y IN YOUR LIFE."

Kim seems to think that it's a fair point.

Watch the full video below!

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Taylor Swift Slams Kanye West HARD in New Song!

Today’s the big day, friends — the day Taylor Swift’s new album drops!

Or, well, it already did drop, because it’s not 1999 and you don’t have to beg your mom to take you to the mall after school to pick the CD up.

But you know what we mean.

Right at this very moment, you can hop on iTunes or run to the Target or whatever you prefer and purchase Reputation, and isn’t that so exciting?!

Even if you don’t love the smooth sounds of Swifty, it’s always fun to analyze all the lyrics and figure out who she’s singing about.

And that’s exactly what we’re going to do today.

So far, at least two of the tracks seem to reference Taylor’s feud with Kanye West — “I Did Something Bad” and “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.”

“I never trust a narcissist,” she sings in the first verse of that first song, “but they love me. So I play ‘em like a violin and I make it look oh so easy.”

“‘Cause for every lie I tell them, they tell me three. This is how the world works, now all he thinks about is me.”

It’s a little vague, but then she sings “If a man talks sh-t, then I owe him nothing. I don’t regret it one bit ‘cause he had it coming.”

That’s what’s making people think this part of the song could be about Kanye, because we all know he talked a fair bit of sh-t about her.

But then again, one could also say that Calvin Harris did the same thing last summer after their breakup, you know?

In the bridge, Taylor sings “They’re burning all the witches, even if you aren’t one. They got their pitchforks and proof, their receipts and reasons.”

That part could also be about several things — her reputation did take a lot of hits in the past year or so, hence, you know, this whole entire album.

But could it be about Kanye and Kim Kardashian? With the line about “receipts,” it’s definitely possible.

Because when you think of Taylor Swift and receipts, you pretty much definitely think of that phone call between Taylor and Kanye that Kim recorded and leaked.

You remember — Kanye released his song “Famous,” the one that contained that lyric about having sex with Taylor because “I made that bitch famous.”

Taylor was very offended, but later Kim released a recording of a phone call that proved that Kanye had run the lyric by her before recording the song, and that she was cool with it.

After that, Taylor clarified that she was cool with the sex lyric and the thing about how he made her famous, but her issue was the word “bitch,” which he didn’t run by her during their talk.

It seemed weird at the time, because in a line like “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous,” the idea seems much more offensive than that one word.

But that’s Taylor’s story and she’s sticking to it, and even if “I Did Something Bad” doesn’t reference Kanye, “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” almost certainly does.

In this one, she begins by describing “big parties” and “feeling so Gatsby for that whole year” before asking someone “Why’d you have to rain on my parade?”

In the chorus, she sings “This is why we can’t have nice things, darling, because you break them. I had to take them away.”

“This is why we can’t have nice things, honey. Did you think I wouldn’t hear all the things you said about me? This is why we can’t have nice things.”

Again, this could be about Kanye or an ex-boyfriend, but it’s the second verse that makes it pretty clear that good ol’ Yeezus is to blame for all this.

Here, just check it out in its entirety:

It was so nice being friends again / There I was, giving you a second chance / But then you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand / And therein lies the issue

Friends don’t try to trick you / Get you on the phone and mind-twist you / And so I took an ax to a mended fence

But I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately / If only you weren’t so shady

See, because there was a period when she was friendly again with Kanye after he ruined her special moment at the VMAs all those years ago. She did give him a second chance.

Then he released “Famous” and hurt her feelings when she thought they were cool — he “stabbed [her] in the back,” so to speak.

The “get you on the phone and mind-twist” you is what makes this painfully obvious, because even on the small chance this isn’t about Kanye, she had to know what everyone would think with a pointed reference like that.

And then “I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately,” well, we know what happened with Jay Z, don’t we?

In the bridge, Taylor gives “a toast to my real friends, they don’t care about that he-said-she-said,” and also to her “baby,” who “ain’t reading what they call me lately.”

“And here’s to my mama,” she continues, “had to listen to all this drama. And here’s to you, ‘cause forgiveness is a nice thing to do.”

But then she laughs and says “I can’t even say it with a straight face.”

It doesn’t look like she’s letting this go anytime soon, does it?

At least it’s more fun this way.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Kick Landscaping Into High Gear at Hidden Hills Home

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been working on their Hidden Hills home for years, but it looks like they’ve kicked the hustle into high gear to get it move-in ready. Aerial shots of the grounds show they’re getting a lot greener … with several…

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