Taylor Swift fans blast Kim Kardashian with rat emojis over Instagram post

Look what you made me do! Kim Kardashian reignited her spat with Taylor Swift- and her fans- when she posted a throwback to Kanye West's 2016 Famous exhibit

Taylor Swift fans blast Kim Kardashian with rat emojis over Instagram post

Swifties were quick to jump on reality star Kim after she posted a throwback to the controversial 2016 Famous exhibition - which featured a naked Taylor in bed with Kimye and a selection of other stars.

Captioned, "Famous", Kardashian, 37, was met with several comments featuring endless amounts of rat emojis.

He also rapped: "I made that b***h famous".

As she was preparing the release of her latest album, Reputation, Swift embraced the snake visual and brought it along for the entire album rollout.

On Monday, Kardashian shared an Instagram of herself taking a picture at the 2016 "Famous" exhibit. The line refer to the infamous incident when West interrupted Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs.

Swift, in turn, released a statement saying she never denied the phone conversation happened, but didn't know the word "b--h" would be used. The singer's loyal supporters have apparently trolled her rival Kim Kardashian with a slew of non-stop rat emojis.

Can you imagine how glad she is that her surrogate is carrying her third child for her?

When Taylor Swift released her new album Reputation, fans were certain that numerous lyrics, as well as the snake imagery, referred to the singer's feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

"I don't like your little games/The role you made me play", she sings in the first single for "Reputation".

However, the furious "Bad Blood" singer said she did not approve of being called a bitch and having a naked replica of her in West's music video.

Swities then retaliated with snakes of their own, which apparently prompted Kardashian to block the emoji from her Instagram.

When Andy said he went to Taylor's birthday party, he replied.

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