Kim Betrayed! Taylor Swift Steals Nemesis Kardashian's BFF For New Album

Jenna Warner
August 26, 2017

"Don't like your tilted stage".

She is clearly making a statement with her verses, 'But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time / Honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time'.

"Look What You Made Me Do" quickly became a top trend on social media on Friday.

The "Swish Swish" singer and Taylor have been at loggerheads ever since the latter accused Katy of sabotaging her "Red Tour" in 2014 by stealing three of her backing dancers, but in recent months Katy has said she is keen to see their "beef" end. Half an hour after Swift dropped "Look What You Made Me Do", Minaj sent out a cryptic tweet warning an unnamed person to "Be humble". Perry has said publicly that Swift was the one who "started it" and that she has "always" loved Swift.

"Thanks to Taylor and her team for being absolutely wonderful".

She also posted a series of other pictures, revealing her first single off the new album would be released on Thursday (24.08.17). Then the kicker is a creepy interlude, in which she deadpans, "I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why?"

The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? She has long, sharp talons with snake jewelry slithering up her fingers, as she embodies a film noir character ready for revenge.

And Swift was also criticised by feminist writer Camille Paglia, who accused her of leading an "obnoxious Nazi Barbie" routine by surrounding herself with a "girl squad" of supermodels, actors and singers. "I don't like you". When the lyrics were universally criticized, West claimed to have run them by the pop star first, which Swift quickly denied, saying it never happened, and even taking a stab at the rapper during her acceptance speech at the Grammys for Best Album of the Year. Donda was everything to Kanye and her death shattered him for years. I don't want to enjoy the song because it's adding fuel to the fire of Taylor's celebrity fights.

If Taylor's Swift's new song "Look What You Made Me Do" reminds you of a certain '90s hit, there's good reason.

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