The singer encouraged all young people to ignore those who try to take credit for their fame in her acceptance speech, referring to the song 'Famous' of Kanye West

Singer Taylor Swift used her acceptance speech after winning the Grammy for Best Album of the Year for her album '1989' on Monday to encourage all young people to focus on the work and ignore those who try to take credit for their achievements or fame, in what many interpreted as a clear hint to rapper Kanye West , in his new single 'famous' talk about sex with her ​​well say that he made her ​​famous.

"As the first woman to win the award for Best Album of the Year twice, I want to tell all the girls out there that some people along the way, try to undermine your success and take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. But if you concentrate on the job and do not allow those people to deflect from your way, someday, when you reach yours goals, will look around and realize that you were and those who helped you to get there. And that's the best feeling in the world. Thank you for this moment, "Taylor said from the stage.

Which the young singer performed her song 'Out of the Woods' during gala- picked up two other awards throughout the evening, Best Pop Album of the Year' 1989 'and Best Music Video for her song ' Bad Blood '.

Although Kendrick Lamar lost the award for Best Album at the hands of Taylor finally he took home five Grammys: Best Rap Album for 'To Pimp a Butterfly', Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, Best Rap / Sung Collaboration and , also he shared the award for Best Music video for his collaboration with the singer in 'Bad Blood'.


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