United Nations To Intervene In Taylor Swift/Kanye West Spat


A NO-TWEET zone has been implemented by the United Nations this afternoon following the escalating feud between rap artist Kanye West and singer-songwriter Taylor Swift over rap lyrics which implied that West “made that bitch famous”.

Negotiators from the UN peacekeeping envoy to celebrities are to fly into Los Angeles tomorrow morning in a bid to ease tensions between the two factions, after a snapshot conversation was published by West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, online, which proved the 26-year-old Swift agreed to West using the lyrics.

“Tensions have been running high, forcing the United Nations to intervene,” a spokesperson for the intergovernmental organisation stated, “Officials will meet both sides of the confrontation at 5pm tomorrow evening to see if there is something that can be done to end this vicious social media war”.

So far over 40,000 tweets have been fired, leaving many fans suffering on both sides.

“I think I can speak for everyone when I say we’re little nervous about the whole thing,” explained one Twitter user, who claims to be neutral in the whole spat, “Did Taylor approve the lyrics? Did she not hear them? It’s gone on too long now and there is too much at stake. There are so many innocent people just left online, helpless, not knowing what tomorrow’s tweets may bring”.

Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoga has temporarily suspended the trials of some 6,000 civil servants today over the Swift/West dispute, but will commence proceedings once everything is hopefully sorted out tomorrow.