Kanye West’s Rep Shuts Down “Fabricated Rumor” Involving Taylor Swift Super Bowl Suite

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Former NFL player Brandon Marshall claimed Taylor Swift made calls to get Kanye West removed from the Super Bowl.

A rep for Kanye West denied he got kicked out of the Super Bowl at the behest of Taylor Swift. Ye’s team responded to the rumor, which was started by former NFL player Brandon Marshall.

“This is a completely fabricated rumor,” the rep told TMZ. “It is not true.”

Marshall claimed Swift pulled strings to get Kanye removed from Allegiant Stadium after Ye allegedly tried to sit in front of her Super Bowl suite. Marshall told the story on an episode of the Paper Route podcast.

“Kanye West pulls up to Vegas,” Marshall said. “Kanye West buys a ticket right in front of Katy Perry’s booth. So, any time they were gonna be showing Katy Perry’s booth, Kanye’s face was gonna be there … My bad, in front of Taylor Swift’s booth. He had a mask on with his logo on the mask. Typical Kanye. Taylor Swift gets p##### off. She boom, boom, makes a call or two. Everybody’s involved. He gets kicked out the stadium … He was trying to leverage her celebrity … That’s what he tried to do. He tried to sit in front of Taylor Swift.”

Marshall suggested the alleged incident tied back to Kanye infamously interrupting Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

Cam’ron and Ma$e were among the many who discussed the rumor as it spread online. Ma$e doubted Marshall’s story while Cam noted how Ye’s fame has diminished due to controversy. The Dipset member also reiterated how Kanye acts differently in public.

“In this room when nobody here, that’s the coolest n#### in the world,” Cam said. “When the cameras turn on, n#### turn into somebody totally different. I ain’t with the camera Kanye, my nephew.”

Kanye released Vultures 1, a new album with Ty Dolla $ign, the day before the Super Bowl. The project was originally supposed to drop on February 9.