Kim Kardashian Reigniting Her Feud with Taylor Swift Leads Today's Star Sightings

Kim Kardashian Reigniting Her Feud with Taylor Swift Leads Today's Star Sightings

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

The strategy is similar to the one Kardashian's fans have used to target Swift in the past, when they flooded her social media accounts with snakes.

On Monday, Kardashian shared an Instagram of herself taking a picture at the 2016 "Famous" exhibit.

In his song Famous, West sang: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex". But as Swift expressed in a now-deleted Instagram post, she was not informed of the "I made that bitch famous" part of the The Life of Pablo track - and so it began. Swift has since reclaimed the snake imagery, and Kardashian appears to have blocked the corresponding emoji from her Instagram comments - but that hasn't stopped Swift fans from now reminding Kardashian that the "snake eats the rat".

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The British crooner was asked to pick a side in the longstanding feud between Kim Kardashian West and Taylor Swift-both of whom he knows (although not as well as we'd previously thought). The lifelike nude sculptures were displayed on a giant bed and included West, her husband, Kanye West, and Swift, among others. Fans also speculated several songs were inspired by the "bad blood" between her and Kardashian-West. "He promised to play the song for me, but he never did".

Camera IconKanye West and Taylor Swift fell out after he ran onstage when she was accepting an MTV Award in 2009. Kardashian then posted a taped conversation of West telling Swift about the lyrics, along with the snake emoji.

When Cohen mentioned that Smith had attended one of Swift's birthday parties in the past, the 25-year-old crooner quipped, "Yeah, but, I think a lot of people went".

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