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

07 December 2017, 02:12 | Denise Dawson

Kim Kardashian’s got a new ‘do

Kim Kardashian dubbed a 'rat' by Taylor Swift fans as she debuts new sharp lob

Kim Kardashian seemingly rehashed her longstanding feud with Taylor Swift when she shared a photo from Kanye West's 2016 "Famous" exhibit, which featured a nude look-alike statue of the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer in celebration of the single by the same name.

Captioned, "Famous", Kardashian, 37, was met with several comments featuring endless amounts of rat emojis.

During the conversation, West raps "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" but not the following line "I made that bitch famous".

After the reality star posted the snap online, she was inundated with comments from Swift's fans accusing her of picking on the singer.

The words could well be taken as a response to Kim's Instagram post on Monday night. Despite him claiming she had approved the lyric, Swift denied it.

"You are just jealous that TAYLOR IS WAY MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN YOU AND THAT SHE ACTUALLY HAS TALENT!" one loyal Swiftie commented.

Yemen's Former President Saleh Killed After Houthis Stop His Motorcade
Earlier on Monday, a Sanaa-based activist said that the Houthis had gained control of most of Sanaa from Saleh's forces. Saudi Arabia, accusing Iran of backing the rebels, intervened in Yemen on behalf of the government the following year.

"I never trust a narcissist But they love me". Many fans even started leaving rat or mouse emojis, explaining that snakes - a symbol Taylor adopted on her latest album Reputation - eats rats.

That Kanye West song "Famous", as you'll remember, re-ignited the drama between West and Swift in 2016, and Kim Kardashian found herself in the middle of it all when she leaked footage of Taylor Swift approving the line about her line a year ago.

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.

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

"I mean, I think a lot of people went".

The recording went viral and also ended up on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.



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