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

Nichole Vega
December 7, 2017

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.

Kardashian simply captioned the picture: "Famous".

Since the incident, Swift has reclaimed the snake emoji and made it a symbol for her new album Reputation.

In a well-coordinated move, Kim K chose to post a throwback picture from the exhibit on the same day that Swift revealed her cover for British Vogue. He claimed she'd approved the lyric, she denied it.

But West rapping "I made that bitch famous" in the final version of the song allegedly caught Swift by surprise - she says she never agreed to be referred to in such a derogatory manner.

Is the "One Last Song" singer Team Taylor or Team Kim?

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.

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

West soon released the video for the song, which included a likeness of Taylor's nude body, before Kim shared audio of West and Swift's phone conversations about the track on Snapchat.

"I never trust a narcissist But they love me", Swift wrote in the caption of her photo, which was shared alongside a sexy image of herself.

Swift's defense was that while, yes, she was fine with the gag about hooking up with West, she did not expect to be called the B-word.

Taylor then went on to tell Kanye him to use whichever lyric he thought was best because "people will know it is not a diss".

The recording went viral and also ended up on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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