So, Kim Kardashian Once Said She Was Taylor Swift's "Biggest" Fan


Taylor and her team reached out to the guys about using the track and Right Said Fred were happy to oblige, a rep for the band told Fader.

Oh, how times have changed. I just signed up for Twitter and I'm watching you, Taylor!

Judging by the current relationship status of the duo, it is hard to gulp down the fact that reality star was an avid listener of Taylor Swift songs and considered herself as her number one fan.

And even more awkwardly, later in the same interview Kim is asked what's on her iPod, and she says: 'Taylor Swift, Love Story'.

Fans know that Kardashian, 36, and Swift, 27, are not exactly on the best of terms at the moment-not after Kardashian's husband, Kanye West, dropped the song "Famous".

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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".

The most infamous feuds she references throughout her song are those with Kanye West and his wife, Kim-Kardashian West, along with Katy Perry, who she also has a long-established rivalry with.

In another poignant scene, Swift wraps her auto around a pole while "look what you made me do" repeats in the background, but when the paparazzi shows up, she is back to posing with a Grammy award, even as her vehicle catches fire.

How much of that is true is very hard to say, since Swift is a shrewd Machiavellian master of controlling and rewriting her own narrative.

According to People, Kardashian and West aren't too upset with Swift's video. They are not going to give her or her new music any attention.