Kim Kardashian Reigniting Her Feud with Taylor Swift Leads Today's Star Sightings

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Kim Kardashian Reigniting Her Feud with Taylor Swift Leads Today's Star Sightings

Kim Kardashian riled Taylor Swift fans on Monday after the reality star posted an Instagram photo of her taking a picture of the 2016 "Famous" exhibit that included wax figures of naked Kanye West lying next to naked Taylor Swift.

Captioned, "Famous", Kardashian, 37, was met with several comments featuring endless amounts of rat emojis. The line refer to the infamous incident when West interrupted Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs. In clips of the call, the "Blank Space" singer appeared to approve of Kanye's "Famous" lyrics, which referenced Taylor by claiming he "made that b*tch famous". "I made that bitch famous" line from the video's accompanying single sent the Swift army into a blonde-haired, chapstick-wearing frenzy.

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'.

So when Kardashian Instagrammed a snap of herself at the exhibit past year, Swift's fans were less than impressed, with multiple people leaving endless rat emojis in the comments section.

Is Kim Kardashian back to feuding with Taylor Swift?

Fans also commented with lyrics from Swift's 2017 track, "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things", which is largely speculated to be about her vendetta against Kim and Kanye.

Kim then chose to release a recording of the audio online where Taylor could be heard calling the song a "compliment".

When Cohen mentioned that Smith had attended one of Swift's birthday parties in the past, the 25-year-old crooner quipped, "Yeah, but, I think a lot of people went".

The recording then went viral and Kim and Kanye have been at war with Taylor ever since.

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