Kim Kardashian Just Set A Match To Her Feud With Taylor Swift

2015 MTV Video Music Awards- Backstage Kayne West and Kim Kardashian

Kayne West and Kim Kardashian were once civil with Taylor Swift

It featured the naked wax figures of West, Taylor Swift, and other celebrities, as originally seen in West's video of the same name.

Swifties saw a double meaning behind the flashback shot, and were quick to rise to the Grammy Award-winning musician's defense by developing an emblem of their own to represent Kim after Kar-Jenner fans bestowed Swift with a snake emoji a year ago.

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

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".

Kardashian showed, but did not tell, with her post, only leaving a one word caption, "famous".

It was a mess, but one that seemed to fade away pretty quickly, but now some Taylor fans are convinced that Kim is taking shots at their fave on social media, People reports.

Kayne West jumps onstage as Taylor Swift accepts her award for the
Kayne West jumps onstage as Taylor Swift accepts her award for the"Best Female Video award during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards

Last year, Taylor publicly took offence to her reference in Yeezy's 2016 track, which saw the rapper refer to her as a "b*tch" and claimed that he made her famous.

Another commented: "JUST A BIG FAT RAT".

While having watched several hours of Keeping Up With The Kardashians recently, we all know that Kim doesn't post a photo on Instagram without scrutinising every last detail first.

Taylor Swift and Kimye's feud dates all the way back to the 2008 MTV VMAs where Kanye infamously interrupted Taylor's acceptance speech for Best Female Video.

And while Taylor wasn't the only nude figure in the exhibit, in the song which it was celebrating Kanye sings the line "made that b***h famous", which isn't exactly a positive situation.

World Health Organization backs Philippines suspension of Sanofi's dengue vaccine
In severe cases, dengue can cause breathing problems, hemorrhaging and organ failure. People in warm countries including the Philippines face the highest risk.

Latest News