Taylor Swift took time off to reinvent herself

Taylor Swift took time off to reinvent herself

In the clip, Kim says: 'I love Taylor Swift!'

In August 2017, Swift seemingly hit back at both Kardashian and West with her single "Look What You Made Me Do", the music video for which is riddled with references to their feud and the media's portrayal of Swift.

"I'm watching her on Twitter, I just signed up on Twitter", the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star continued.

"It was draining her and she needed to disappear to reinvent herself". In many ways this song (and presumably the entirety of her forthcoming album "Reputation") is about the toxicity of fame culture, acting as an interrogation of our conception of celebrity.

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"Taylor and Karlie are still very much good friends."

Meanwhile this scene is littered with snake images. Even so, she is making it clear through her album artwork, featuring text styled after popular physical newspapers like The New York Times, that it isn't only trashy tabloids making money by attacking her reputation.

This darker tone emphasizes that she isn't messing around and those should think twice before wronging her because karma's there and "I got mine, but you'll all get yours".

The video opens in a graveyard, zooming in on a tombstone engraved with "Here Lies Taylor Swift's Reputation". You made me do this.

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