The reality TV icon on Monday posted a photo of herself at husband Kanye West's Famous art exhibit, which was displayed in Los Angeles' Blum & Poe gallery previous year.
Alongside the image, Kardashian West wrote: "Famous".
Look what you made me do!
In a well-coordinated move, Kim K made a decision to post a throwback picture from the exhibit on the same day that Swift revealed her cover for British Vogue. The line refer to the infamous incident when West interrupted Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs.
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Taylor tried to claim Kanye never informed her about said lyrics, Kim released a slew of Snapchat receipts to prove otherwise, and Taylor tried to "remove herself from the narrative".
Adding further fuel to the fire, West's video for the song included a naked waxwork of her without permission, which didn't go down too well. "Taylor can do music about this, but Kim can't post a photo about Kanye's music?" 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".
Kim simply labelled the post with the word "Famous".
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The exhibit was part of West's 2016 music video for his song "Famous", where he rapped: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why?"
Both Kim and Taylor are yet to respond to the reports.
Taylor then went on to tell Kanye him to use whichever lyric he thought was best because "people will know it is not a diss".
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