Taylor Swift's Fans Really Love This Snake Imagery

Taylor Swift's Fans Really Love This Snake Imagery

Quick to call out the "misogynistic" lyric, Swift publicly voiced her condemnation of the song and put Yeezy on blast while blaming him for extending their years-long feud.

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.

The photo showed Kardashian taking a picture of Swift's naked wax figure laying next to a naked wax figure of her husband, Kanye West.

Now, Kardashian has set things off once again after sharing a seemingly inexplicable #tbt referencing the music video for the song, in which a nude wax figure of Swift was seen lying next to West in bed.

Others believe fans are using the rat emoji since snakes - which is what Swift was heavily referred as during the row - eat rats.

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Taylor Swift Fans Are Spamming Kim Kardashian's Instagram With The Rat Emoji After She Posted A Reference To

The "Reputation" singer, of course, turned the attack into one of the driving themes of her new album, dressing up as the queen of snakes in the music video for the single "Look What You Made Me Do".

The words could well be taken as a response to Kim's Instagram post on Monday night.

Back in 2016, the Reputation musician and Kardashian were on the outs after West addressed T-Swift with a line claiming he "made that b- famous" on his Life of Pablo track.

She said she did and then taylor said this iconic line: "I would like to be excluded from this narrative".

At the time, Kardashian used the snake emoji to depict Swift, but over time, loyal Swifties started spamming Kardashian's comments with the little green icon.

"I think you can't live without Taylor Swift", one commenter wrote.

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