The internet calls out Kim Kardashian in a big way for trolling Taylor Swift

Heather Gardner
Video Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

The cat claws are back out!

Kim Kardashian got the internet talking when she seemingly reignited her feud with Taylor Swift. On Dec. 4, the reality star shared a photo on Instagram of herself taking a picture of a naked Swift wax figure. The prop was used in Kanye West’s 2016 music video for “Famous.”

The photo sent Swifties over the edge, and they angrily flooded Kardashian’s Instagram post with the rat emoji. After all, the post had come out of nowhere — unless of course this is Kardashian’s way of responding to Swift’s new album, Reputation — in which case, touché.

Regardless of why this feud is popping up again, Twitter clearly chose a side. Sorry Kim, the internet is Team Taylor.

Unsurprisingly, Swift has not responded to Kardashian’s latest jab, but this doesn’t mean the singer will stay silent forever. After West’s infamous line “I made that bitch famous” in “Famous,” Swift gracefully slammed the rapper on the 2016 Grammys stage while accepting the award for Record of the Year.

The tables then turned back in Kardashian’s favor when she released secret footage of Swift acknowledging the song to her husband, even applauding the rapper. But, as you Swifties know, the pop star then released Reputation with more than a few references to her ongoing feud with the famous couple.

Your move, Swift.

The internet also had some great reactions to Tumblr’s annual list of fan “Ships,” short for “relationships.” The site analyzed data for its “Year in Review” rankings and came up with the top 30 fandom shippers for 2017. Taking the top spot this year was “Klance,” Keith and Lance of Voltron: Legendary Defender.

And fans of BTS would like to see members Park Jimin and Jeon Jungkook together as a couple. They’ve lovingly named the K-pop ship Jikook.

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