The reality TV icon on Monday posted a photo of herself at husband Kanye West's Famous art exhibit, which was displayed in Los Angeles' Blum & Poe gallery a year ago.
During the conversation, West raps "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" but not the following line "I made that bitch famous".
With the recent release of Reputation, Swift embraced the snake visual and brought it along for the entire album rollout.
Taylor appeared to hit back just 24 hours later, posting a picture of herself from her new Vogue shoot. They seemingly buried the hatchet and conspired on lyrics to West's song "Famous". Though the calls confirmed they spoke about the lyrics, there's never any mention of him referring to her as a "bitch".
Beef between the couple and the Grammy artist kicked off in July 2016 after Kim shared recordings of Swift happily speaking to her husband on the phone about his intention to feature her on his song "Famous".
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was then inundated with rat emojis by Taylor's angry fans.
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Adding further fuel to the fire, West's video for the song included a naked waxwork of her without permission, which didn't go down too well. Swift calls the line "dope" and says that she "really appreciate [s] you telling me about it".
"I never trust a narcissist".
Swifties did not approve of Kim drawing attention to "Famous" and made it known in her comments. It featured the naked wax figures of West, Taylor Swift, and other celebrities, as originally seen in West's video of the same name.
Both Kim and Taylor are yet to respond to the reports.