Swift latest track "Look What You Made Me Do" is full of disses aimed at Kardashian and her husband.
Since she debuted as a country act, the media (and everyone with a Twitter account) has been eager to pick her character apart, calling into question her vocal ability, her intentions, her songwriting chops and even her personal authenticity itself.
Taylor Swift pictured in 2009.
"Taylor respects Karlie so much for doing her own thing and being smart".
Months later, Kardashian published video to Snapchat of West's phone call with Swift, showing her approving the line about "sex", though the footage did not reveal whether they covered the "b--h" lyric. West used a floating stage on his recent Saint Pablo Tour. Fast forward eight years later, and my how times have changed.More news: North Korea missile threat: USA diplomatic efforts failed, Fmr. Navy SEAL says
You asked for this, she seems to say.
In the video, the interviewer asks Kardashian, "What's the number one song on your iPod?"
"Taylor and Karlie are still very much good friends", a source exclusively tells Us Weekly.
The song continues Swift's established role as the victim in Hollywood, which she also calls herself out for through her lyrics and in the music video. "Taylor has so much admiration for her, especially for educating girls with coding".
This darker tone emphasizes that she isn't messing around and those should think twice before wronging her because karma's there and "I got mine, but you'll all get yours".