Kim Kardashian's Instagram post reignites Taylor Swift rivalry


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.

Taylor Swift fans have bombarded Kardashian's Instagram with rat emojis after Kim Kardashian appeared to throw major shade at the Look What You Made Me Do singer in an Instagram post.

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. In this particular shot, Kardashian is seen taking a snap of a naked Taylor Swift wax figure next to that of her husband, though there are clearly other figures present. "Snakes eat rats." wrote one user.

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

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Yep, just like the Beyhive they decided the only way forwards was to flood Kim's comment section with the rat emoji. Why?

West's song "Famous" was the source of enormous controversy past year, as he raps in it that he and Swift "might still have sex" because he "made that b--h famous". But even though Kimye seemed awfully quiet in the weeks since Taylor's record release, that doesn't mean that they weren't plotting and now Kim took a subtle, calculated jab back at Taylor on Instagram and the Swifties are flooding her comments with rat emojis. The footage did not address the "b--h" line. After Swift claimed she was not aware of or okay with the lyrics, Kardashian leaked a phone call between her husband and the Grammy victor, where they can be heard discussing the song.

Kardashian posted her photo from the "Famous" exhibit on the same day British Vogue unveiled its new cover featuring Swift.