Paris Hilton denies reminding Kanye West who really made Kim Kardashian famous
Paris Hilton has dismissed reports suggesting she 'liked' a meme of herself in bed with her former assistant Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
Gossips have often claimed the 35-year-old felt she was responsible for Kim's fame and success by giving the reality star exclusive access to the celebrity scene, and now reports have surfaced suggesting there is picture evidence the hotel heiress pressed the 'like' button on a viral meme of her in bed with the couple on Instagram.
The action seemingly reignited an alleged feud with Kanye's wife.
However, in an interview with U.S. news show Extra, Paris claims she wasn't even aware of the meme until after it went viral, declaring: "I actually read all these stories about it today and they said I liked it but I didn't see that until it was already out so... You know, I've been so busy that I haven't even really paid attention.”
Last week, the rapper released the music video for his song Famous, and the promo garnered mixed reviews, with many celebrities slamming the star's decision to depict himself in bed with naked wax figures of other Hollywood A-listers, such as his wife, ex-girlfriend Amber Rose, Chris Brown, Rihanna, Donald Trump, Bill Cosby, and Taylor Swift.
The song Famous contains the now-infamous lyrics, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b**ch famous", in which Kanye refers to pop star Swift, and earlier this week , a meme surfaced with the image of a smiling Photoshopped face of Paris plastered onto a body in bed with Kim and Kanye.
The Photoshopped Paris meme featured the text, "I made his b**ch famous", with the words seemingly referring to the blonde heiress' former relationship with the reality star - Kim worked as Paris' closet organiser and personal assistant before she became a household name with the debut of her family's TV programme Keeping Up With the Kardashians.