Kim Kardashian's Instagram post reignites Taylor Swift rivalry

Peter Castro
December 6, 2017

Swifties united on social media Monday after the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" staple posted a photo from husband Kanye West's 2016 "Famous" exhibit, which notoriously featured models made in the likeness of naked celebs, including the "Ready For It..." songstress.

When Taylor Swift released her new album Reputation, fans were certain that numerous lyrics, as well as the snake imagery, referred to the singer's feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. It features the naked wax sculptures used by West in his "Famous" music video, which was a send-up of celebrity culture that included the likes of President Donald Trump and, yes, Swift in the nude.

Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift's feud appears to have a new chapter. Taking to Instagram in their droves, they posted row after row of rat and mice emojis - a reference to Kim herself. He claimed she'd approved the lyric, she denied it.

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The reality TV icon on Monday posted a photo of herself at husband Kanye West's Famous art exhibit, which was displayed in Los Angeles' Blum & Poe gallery previous year. Well, after Kim referred to Taylor a "snake", fans retaliated by saying, "snakes eat rats". This is obviously reminiscent of that time when Taylor's own Instagram feed was flooded with the snake emoji.

Loyal as ever, fans of Swift immediately pounced on the shot, filling the comments with quotes from Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" song - reportedly all about her Kimye feud - and the vermin emoji. The picture is still on her profile and the comment section is still alive and well. Though the calls confirmed they spoke about the lyrics, there's never any mention of him referring to her as a "bitch".

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