Swifties Think Kim Kardashian is Shading Taylor Swift With Her Latest Instagram

Ruben Ruiz
December 6, 2017

Taylor Swift, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend The 57th Annual Grammy Awards at the STAPLES Center on February 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Taylor since hit back with "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things", a song in which she alludes to a falling out with a frenemy.

Kardashian used Instagram Monday to share a snap of an exhibit that was set up a year ago to mimic the video, which Swift fans immediately took to be a jab at the pop star. Swift was publicly incensed, but Kardashian-West refuted her outrage by offering up audio of Swift pre-approving the lewd lyric on the phone.

Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift's feud appears to have a new chapter.

After Kardashian posted the shot, Swift's fans immediately lambasted the singer for reigniting their feud.

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In a well-coordinated move, Kim K chose to post a throwback picture from the exhibit on the same day that Swift revealed her cover for British Vogue. But West rapping "I made that bitch famous" in the final version of the song allegedly caught Swift by surprise - she says she never agreed to be referred to in such a derogatory manner.

It didn't take long for Swifties to flood the 37-year-old's comments' section with emojis of rats and snakes.

Kardashian-West was forced to block the snake emoji from her profile last time, and now she may consider a ban on rat emoji as well.

Back in 2016, the Reputation musician and Kardashian were on the outs after West addressed T-Swift with a line claiming he "made that b- famous" on his Life of Pablo track. The backlash carried over to the comments on additional posts on her page. "I never trust a narcissist But they love me." she wrote on her social media account.

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