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Love This Story!!!! Diplo Afraid For His Life…

don't look now...

don’t look now…

“She is very strategic with her friends and enemies And I know lots of secrets. I can’t divulge, but I know a lot of stuff about her. And I’m scared. I’m scared for my life.”

What is going on here?

Who can he being talking about?

A) Nancy Pelosis?

B) Angela Merkel

C) Amy Pascal

D) Oprah Winfrey

E.. That’s enough, That’s Diplo talking about Taylor Swift with  GQ. Am I missing something here, I mean anything is possible and power is power is power  but AFRAID FOR MY LIFE… Jay Z doesn’t scare you, no, nor David  Geffen, but Taylor Swift? The story comes from Billboard and screw it, I’m just gonna cut and paste…
Necessary thing to note here: Diplo is on-again, off-again with Katy Perry; Perry and Swift reportedly aren’t exactly each other’s biggest fans. To be fair, Diplo also sounds like he’s joking around here. It’s extremely unlikely he’s actually afraid for his safety.

Regardless, GQ changed the quote almost immediately after publishing the article, removing the Swift reference from their site. Diplo’s quote now reads, “So many great albums came out that week, and all people talked about, on all the big press, was Me vs. Lorde, and Kim Kardashian’s butt. No one covered any music. And it’s funny, because me and Lorde, we’re actually friends.”

Personally, I prefer the concept of Taylor Swift as a sweet mild mannered woman, loves kittens and her fans but if you cross her, if you try to lure away her staff or hate on her (she never forgave Yeezus by the way), you will pay with your life. It would make an awesome movie you know, or a short story… and if I should I die in suspicious circumstages, follow the Tay…

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