The Kimye and Taylor Swift narrative is continuing.
On Monday, Kim Kardashian West shared a photo from her husband, Kanye West’s, 2016 "Famous" exhibit, featuring wax figures of West and Swift naked. The exhibit was based on West’s song of the same name, which sparked drama with Swift in 2016.
In what some interpreted as a response to Kardashian West's photo, Swift took to Instagram on Tuesday, posting a photo from her British Vogue spread, along with the caption, “I never trust a narcissist. But they love me…”
The line is from her song, “I Did Something Bad.”
Both Swift and Kardashian West’s posts sent fans into a frenzy, with Swifties flooding the reality star’s post with rat emojis. Fans also posted snake emojis -- the same emoji Kardashian West used during her feud with the “Look What You Made Me Do” singer, who then used it as a symbol for her latest album, Reputation.
“You’re just mad that Taylor’s new album is her most successful yet and you still have no talent ??,” commented one Instagram user on Kardashian West’s pic.
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