Ouch! Kim Kardashian loses 500k followers after Taylor Swift diss song

Ouch! Kim Kardashian loses 500k followers after Taylor Swift diss song

Taylor Swift's song, 'thanK you aIMee', is reportedly about Kim Kardashian, and all we can say is - don't mess with T-Swizzle...

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Taylor Swift's new album, 'The Tortured Poets Department', is breaking records and breaking hearts. 

The 34-year-old has left dozens of Easter Eggs about past relationships in her new songs, but no one expected her to take a swipe at Kim Kardashian. 

Yes, the Taylor Swift VS Kim Kardashian feud is back on! The 'Cruel Summer' hitmaker included a song called, 'thanK you aIMee', on her new album. 

The capital letters spell out the name KIM. 

If there was any doubt that the song was about Kim, its lyrics all but confirm it.

“I don’t think you’ve changed much/ And so I changed your name, and any real defining clues /And one day, your kid comes home singin’/ A song that only us two is gonna know is about you," she sings.

The Skims founder's daughter, North West, is a Swiftie and has posted TikTok videos of herself dancing to some songs.

ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian's daughter North West talks about her upcoming album

According to The Daily Star, Kim has reportedly lost more than 500,000 followers on Instagram since Taylor dropped 'The Tortured Poets Department'. 


Kim has more than 363-million followers compared to Taylor's 283-million, so we doubt she is losing any sleep over it. 

She is, however, reportedly "over" her feud with Taylor and thinks she "should move on". 

A source told People that Kim “doesn’t get why [Swift] keeps harping on it. It’s been literally years”.

Taylor and Kim's drama dates back to 2016 when Kim's husband at the time, Kanye West, rapped on his song, 'Famous': "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b****h famous.”

Kanye claimed he got permission from Taylor to include the controversial lyrics in the song. She denied approving the lyrics, saying Kanye only called to tell her about the song but didn't inform her that he would be saying, 'I made that b****h famous'. 

Kim then released a video clip from their phone call to defend Kanye, but it was later discovered the clip only showed part of their conversation. 

The full phone call was leaked in 2020, showing that Kanye didn't mention the infamous line. Taylor shared the clip on her Instagram Stories to prove that she was telling the truth all along. 

".@taylorswift13 has chosen to reignite an old exchange - that at this point in time feels very self-serving given the suffering millions of real victims are facing right now," Kim tweeted in 2020.

Well, Kimmy, it looks like not only is Taylor reigniting the feud again in 2024, but she is also adding a full canister of fuel to the flames! 

ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian-West claps back at Taylor Swift over THAT phone call

Kim might be fuming, but Taylor is laughing all the way to the bank.

'The Tortured Poets Department' has already broken several records. It sold a massive 1.4-million copies in just one day. 

She also broke her own record for most vinyl album sales in a week. 

Some of Taylor's songs are allegedly about a few of her ex-boyfriends, including Joe Alwyn and Matty Healy.

'So High School' is reportedly dedicated to her current beau, NFL star Travis Kelce. 

ALSO READ: Taylor Swift changes the lyrics to 'Karma' to honour Travis Kelce


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