Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift’s well-documented feud isn’t over yet.
Despite Kim taking an almost month-long hiatus from social media after being robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France, on October 2, Kardashian now appears to be returning to her old ways and reigniting her feud with Swift.
According to The Mirror, a number of Kim’s fans noticed that Kardashian allegedly made her return to Twitter in the late hours of October 28, where she appeared to put Taylor on serious blast by liking a tweet speculating that Taylor’s former boyfriend Calvin Harris was throwing some serious shade at the star in his new music video.
A number of fans captured screen shots of Kim’s alleged social media activity, which showed that Kardashian liked a tweet from Us Weekly which asked, “Is Calvin Harris shade ex Taylor Swift in his new ‘My Way’ music video?”
It’s not clear if the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star intentionally liked the tweet as Kardashian quickly unliked Us Weekly’s article about Harris and Swift, but not before a number of social media users screen shot the evidence that reportedly appeared to confirm Kim’s feud with Taylor certainly isn’t over.
A slew of social media users flocked to Twitter to comment on Kim’s intentional or accidental shade aimed at Taylor amid their feud, which boiled over earlier this year, with some praising Kim for keeping their feud alive, while others slammed Kardashian for being “petty.”
“Kim Kardashian logged into Twitter just to like an article about Taylor Swift,” Twitter user @drugproblem tweeted out alongside a crying emoji, while @mileysbae wrote, “Kim logged in after a whole month just to like this tweet about Taylor… iconic.”
But while some fans tweeted out their support for Kardashian, others made it clear that they were on team Swift as the twosome’s feud once again hit the headlines.
“I was sad about Kim because of the way she became after the incident but you’d think she’d care more about other things than being petty to [Taylor],” @BackToBlues_ wrote, and @Sammar_23 added, “Kim Kardashian. Mother of 2. 36 years old, but will forever be petty. Like woman grow up.”
Kim’s Twitter like, be it intentional or accidental, marked Kardashian’s first activity on social media in weeks, as the reality star hasn’t tweeted since October 2, the day of her Paris robbery, and only returned to social media on October 12 to unfollow 13 people.
Kim is yet to comment on her Taylor social media activity, though Kardashian’s apparent slam comes just months after her and Swift’s nasty feud dominated the headlines earlier this year, while Kim was even spotted hanging out with Calvin just weeks ago.
As fans will know, after Swift and Kardashian’s husband Kanye West appeared to have buried the hatchet following West’s call out at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye then rapped about Taylor in the track “Famous” earlier this year, which left the singer less than impressed.
Cosmopolitan reported that Taylor then went on to call out Kanye during a speech at the 2016 Grammy Awards in which she blasted West for his misogynistic lyrics and for claiming that he made her famous, to which Kardashian then retaliated in July by starting her own Swift feud by sensationally leaking footage of the singer giving her approval on Kanye’s song.
Kim took to Snapchat to post footage of a phone call between West and Swift in which Taylor can be heard giving her blessing on part of the song’s lyrics, before Kardashian then continued to blast Swift in several interviews.
However, it appeared that Kardashian was done with her Swift feud in September, even telling Billboard that she no longer wanted to discuss Taylor and their feud when asked about the controversial phone call footage she posted on Snapchat.
“It wasn’t even about a look or anything, or to have this feud — it was like, ‘OK, here’s the truth.’ Done. Let’s all move on,” Kim said of Swift at the time. “I feel like I don’t want to talk about her anymore.”
But it looks like Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian’s feud is now definitely back on.
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