Here's why Kim Kardashian's Instagram comments have been flooded with rat emojis

Here's why Kim Kardashian's Instagram comments have been flooded with rat emojis

Here's why Kim Kardashian's Instagram comments have been flooded with rat emojis

In the photo, taken at Kanye's "famous" exhibition, Kardashian is seen taking a photo of the waxworks - with Taylor's naked waxwork featuring in the corner of the snap. The figures, which were displayed at an art exhibit, are from West's infamous music video for "Famous", the song that spurred his and his wife's feud with the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer. So Kim leaked the audio on Snapchat, Taylor's reputation imploded, and she disappeared for months.

After the makeup mogul posted the photo, Swift's fans immediately began swarming the comments section with rat emojis.

But the move didn't go unnoticed by Swift's legions of fans - who promptly flooded Kardashian's Instagram with rat emojis.

Last year, Taylor publicly took offence to her reference in Yeezy's 2016 track, which saw the rapper refer to her as a "b*tch" and claimed that he made her famous. Tay said she was incredibly hurt by the lyrics, but Kimmie fired back with videos that proved the former country crooner not only knew about them beforehand, but also gave her husband permission to use them.

The reality TV icon on Monday posted a photo of herself at husband Kanye West's Famous art exhibit, which was displayed in Los Angeles' Blum & Poe gallery a year ago.

Some fans became suspicious after Taylor announced that her upcoming album Reputation would drop on November 10, which is the ten-year anniversary of Kanye's mother's death.

After the bitter that followed between Taylor and the A-List couple, Kim allegedly blocked the snake emoji from her Instagram comments.

It made headlines upon its release with the lyric: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous".

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