"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".
Facebook debuts new Messenger app for kids 6 and up
While the app operates as its own version of Messenger, kid's accounts are actually nested under their parent's accounts. Amazon has also added kid-focused "skills" to its Echo smart speakers, which require a parent's permission to activate.
Air transport net profits to soar in 2018: IATA
The benefits of aviation are compelling-2.7 million direct jobs and critical support for 3.5 per cent of global economic activity. De Juniac points out that airlines still face cost challenges in rising fuel prices, labor and infrastructure expenses.