The art display - which West premiered previous year in the song's music video - served as another chapter in the long-running feud between West and Swift, as it featured naked wax figures of multiple celebrities including Swift.
Following their public spat a year ago, which resulted in the reality star 'exposing' Swift on Snapchat, it appears Kim isn't letting the duo's bad blood slip away.
Naturally, Swift's fans were none too pleased after Kardashian brought renewed attention to the 2016 exhibit, and many flooded the comments section of Kardashian's post with rat emojis.
As her fans continued to defend her honor, Swift made a decision to take matters into her own hands when she shared an image of her own and suggested that Kardashian was a narcissist who loved her.
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The reality star and Yeezy have been at war with the chart topper ever since they recorded her phone call about the "Famous" lyrics, and accused her of lying by being caught off guard about being called a "bitch" on the tune. "Taylor can do music about this, but Kim can't post a photo about Kanye's music?"
Kardashian-West was forced to block the snake emoji from her profile last time, and now she may consider a ban on rat emoji as well.
Both Kim and Taylor are yet to respond to the reports.
Another user said: "people think she is reigniting the beef with Taylor, so because Taylor has claimed the snake they are calling Kim a rat (which snakes eat) it's a bit silly tbh". "I made that bitch famous" line from the video's accompanying single sent the Swift army into a blonde-haired, chapstick-wearing frenzy.More news: Special counsel details $3.2 million in spending on Russian Federation case
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