Kim Kardashian Might've Shaded Taylor Swift by Reposting Her Naked Body

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The art display - which West premiered a year ago in the song's music video - served as another chapter in the long-running feud between West and Swift, as it featured naked wax figures of multiple celebrities including Swift. This is obviously reminiscent of that time when Taylor's own Instagram feed was flooded with the snake emoji.

The line in West's song ― "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" ― set off the latest spat between Team Swift and Team Kanye when Swift said she "cautioned him about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message".

Kim captioned the snap: "Famous".

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In the comments section of the image, many angered viewers posted rat or mice emojis to denote the makeup entrepreneur, while others proudly shared Tay's snake crest.

Kim simply labelled the post with the word "Famous".

Taylor slams someone for their "tilted stage", something Kanye had during his Saint Pablo tour in 2016, when she sings: 'I don't like your little games/ Don't like your tilted stage/ The role you made me play/ Of the fool/ No, I don't like you'. They began littering the Instagram post's comments with rat emoji.

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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.

Media reports suggest the rats stem from Kim K snitching on how Kanye told Swift about getting at her on his "Famous" song.

Kardashian later refuted Swift's account and backed it up with some damaging Snapchat receipts of a phone conversation between the rapper and the pop star, in which she wholeheartedly approves parts of the lyric. "I made that b--h famous / Goddamn / I made that b--h famous".

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