Did Kim Kardashian Throw Shade At Taylor Swift?

Did Kim Kardashian Throw Shade At Taylor Swift?

Did Kim Kardashian Throw Shade At Taylor Swift?

Captioned, "Famous", Kardashian, 37, was met with several comments featuring endless amounts of rat emojis. They explained in the comments that snakes (a symbol for Taylor from her new album Reputation) eat rats (their symbol for Kim).

Kim took to Instagram to share a picture of herself taking a photo on her iPhone of the models from her husband's 2016 music video. However, he reportedly did not inform her about the next lyric: "I made that bitch famous".

In an Instagram post she published after the Snapchat clip became viral, Swift said "You don't get to control someone's entire emotional response to being called "that bitch" in front of the entire world".

Kim Kardashian-West has inadvertently reignited her long-simmering feud with Taylor Swift.

Adding further fuel to the fire, West's video for the song included a naked waxwork of her without permission, which didn't go down too well.

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Following Kim's December 6 post, T-Swift fans lashed out at the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and flooded her feed with rat emojis. The figures, which were displayed at an art exhibit, are from West's infamous music video for "Famous", the song that spurred his and his wife's feud with the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer.

Kim Kardashian is never, ever, ever letting the beef die.

Do you think Kim was really trying to take a shot at Taylor, or is this one case where fans are overreacting? "I wish she would fade into reality TV oblivion", one wrote.

Kim then chose to release a recording of the audio online where Taylor could be heard calling the song a "compliment".

Swift then went on to tell West him to use whichever lyric he thought was best because "people will know it is not a dis".

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