Taylor Swift is yet to make up her mind as to pressing charges concerning the recorded phone conversation even though she insists Kanye West had been deceptive and committed a felony.
Sources close to the singer have disclosed to TMZ that Swift insists that the rapper committed a felony for which she fully plans to file a police report.
Although its been reported that Kanye and his wife, Kim Kardashian may not be facing prosecution after all since the phone conversation had not been confidential seeing as producer, Rick Rubin and other crew members had been privy to the call, sources reveal that Swift had not known the phone was on speaker.
Even as the "Bad Blood" singer admits to hearing other voices, sources say she had not known they could hear her, for which reason she insists Kanye should have sought her permission to record the conversation, hence the felony charge.
All the same, Swift is yet to fully make up her mind as to whether she would actually be filing the report.
Meanwhile, the 26-year-old is definitely ready for a fight which might mean she has an ace up her sleeve, seeing as Kim had been very selective of the parts of the recorded phone call, which last an hour, that she released.
Swift wants the full conversation released with hopes that everyone would realise that Kanye never asked her permission to call her a 'Bitch' as he did in the controversial song.
TMZ also reports that Swift is even more upset because Kanye has made the song sound fun when he spoke to her about it on the phone, when in fact, the song had been mean and full of insults.
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Swift insists that Kanye had been deceptive, made worse by the fact that Kanye had promised to send a copy of the song to her prior to its release, which he never did knowing fully well that she would never have approved.
At this point, we can only wait and see as the drama continues to unfold.