The 35-year-old reality star defended her husband, Kanye West, by sharing a recording of a phone conversation
via Snapchat that her husband had with Taylor Swift regarding the lyrics about her in his song, "Famous."
to the leaked phone call, saying that West did not tell her that she would be referred to as "that b**ch" in the track.
"Being falsely painted as a liar when I was never given the full story or played any part of the song is character assassination," she shared on social media
. "I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one that I have never asked to be a part of, since 2009."
Despite Swift's statement, the hashtag #KimExposedTaylorParty quickly started trending, and included tons of commentary, memes and gifs galore.
"Kim leaking Taylor Swift video is my Game of Thrones," one Twitter user quipped.
"And you all said kim had no talent #KimExposedTaylorParty," another commenter tweeted.
"If you're sad or down at the moment just think: You could be Taylor Swift right now," read yet another message.
One Twitter user argued, "Did @taylorswift13 ask any of her exes before writing songs about them? Can she really be that pi**ed at @kanyewest? #KimExposedTaylorParty"
However, Swift still has a few fans and friends (Selena Gomez, Jaimie King) that have her back. "I will always love you and respect you @taylorswift13," reads one tweet.
"People need to give #TaylorSwift a break," another Twitter user insisted. "Kanye and Kim are the most manipulative people in the business, neither with an ounce of talent."
One of Swift's fans even tweeted for a call to action, writing: "Calling all the Swifties and other people who wants to show the love and support that @taylorswift13 deserves, let's all do this!"
Fans also started sharing their support for the 26-year-old singer by using the hashtag #WeAreHereForTaylor in their tweets.