Sam Smith Asked If He's Team Taylor Swift or Team Kim Kardashian

07 December, 2017, 02:12 | Author: Randy Kelley
  • Kim Kardashian Might've Shaded Taylor Swift by Reposting Her Naked Body

"I made that b***h famous". Fans in the Kardashian-West camp bombarded Swift with snake emojis on social media for months, which she brilliantly turned around and used as marketing for her album, reputation.

In a well-coordinated move, Kim K made a decision to post a throwback picture from the exhibit on the same day that Swift revealed her cover for British Vogue.

Who knows? Maybe T-Swift will write a song about the incident and make #TeamYeezy even more "famous". After Swift claimed she was not aware of or okay with the lyrics, Kardashian leaked a phone call between her husband and the Grammy victor, where they can be heard discussing the song.

So when Kardashian Instagrammed a snap of herself at the exhibit past year, Swift's fans were less than impressed, with multiple people leaving endless rat emojis in the comments section.

Over the life of the stars of the reality show "the Family Kardashian" (Keeping Up with the Kardashians) watching millions of people - soon the number of followers should be more than 100 million, but the fans started to unsubscribe from Kim.

Kim hit back with this simple yet effective post. Source Instagram
Kim hit back with this simple yet effective post. Source Instagram

Kim simply labelled the post with the word "Famous".

After saying she wished to be "excluded from this narrative", she struck back at both of them on her new album, "Reputation," with "LWYMMD" and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things".

Beef between the couple and the Grammy artist kicked off in July 2016 after Kim shared recordings of Swift happily speaking to her husband on the phone about his intention to feature her on his song "Famous". Fans also speculated several songs were inspired by the "bad blood" between her and Kardashian-West.

Kardashian then made a decision to release a recording of the audio online where Swift could be heard calling the song a "compliment".

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