This was no innocent #TBT: Late Monday (Dec. 4) Kardashian posted a picture to Instagram from Kanye West's 2016 "Famous" exhibit, which featured the wax re-creations of her husband in bed with Taylor Swift, among a handful of other celebrities.
Captioned, "Famous", Kardashian, 37, was met with several comments featuring endless amounts of rat emojis. The footage did not address the "b--h" line.
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In a well-coordinated move, Kim K chose to post a throwback picture from the exhibit on the same day that Swift revealed her cover for British Vogue.
Swift denied at the time that she approved the choice lyrics, but Kardashian shared a video a few months later showing Swift saying OK to the "might still have sex" lyric during a phone call with West.
While West and Swift have been at war since 2009, when he stormed the stage at the MTV Music Video Awards and ruined her acceptance speech for Best Female, her spat with Kardashian only started in 2016.
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True to flawless form, Kim Kardashian kept it movin' and simply blocked the emoji from her IG comments while still keeping the post visible to all of her 105 million followers. West initially claimed that he had asked for Taylor's approval of the lyric before releasing the track and that she gave her blessing. The singer's loyal supporters have apparently trolled her rival Kim Kardashian with a slew of non-stop rat emojis.
She wrote next to the picture: "I never trust a narcissist".
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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"I mean, I think a lot of people went".