After laying low for almost a year, Taylor Swift came back swinging with her new album Reputation where she seems to take jab after jab at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in their ongoing battle against each other. The exhibition featured the music video's most (ahem) in-Famous prop - a giant sculpture of Kanye in bed with a naked Taylor Swift lookalike, as well as a host of well-known personalities, such as Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner and Rihanna.
On Monday, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star posted a suspicious Instagram picture of the 27-year-old singer's naked body, which many Swifties are considering as shade toward their beloved songstress.
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"GUYS WE NEED TO KEEP COMMENTING RAT EMOJIS ON THIS RAT", one fuming user wrote. Despite this, Kim K fans took to Taylor's Instagram to brand her a snake - bombarding her with snake emojis.
Kim was seen with her edgy new 'do leaving Laduree at The Grove For a Childrens Hospital event, while simultaneously flashing her insane abs through her cut out dress.
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Kim simply labelled the post with the word "Famous". It dates back to 2009's VMAs scandal and returned in 2016 after a lyric from West joked about having sex with Swift, infamously boasting that he "made that bitch famous".
Taylor tried to claim Kanye never informed her about said lyrics, Kim released a slew of Snapchat receipts to prove otherwise, and Taylor tried to "remove herself from the narrative". The footage did not address the "b--h" line.
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The "Reputation" singer, of course, turned the attack into one of the driving themes of her new album, dressing up as the queen of snakes in the music video for the single "Look What You Made Me Do".