Some quick history if you were living under a rock a year ago: "Famous" was the song that rekindled Taylor's feud with Kanye after she insisted he didn't get the controversial lyrics of the song, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why?"
You may recall that past year, Kim Kardashian ignited a firestorm of drama between herself, husband Kanye West and Taylor Swift after Swift claimed to have disapproved of a line in West's song "Famous" that reads, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex".
After Kardashian posted the shot, Swift's fans immediately lambasted the singer for reigniting their feud.
Swifties were quick to jump on reality star Kim after she posted a throwback to the controversial 2016 Famous exhibition - which featured a naked Taylor in bed with Kimye and a selection of other stars. She sang on the track, "It was so nice being friends again / There I was giving you a second chance / But you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand".
Many fans even started leaving rat or mouse emojis, explaining that snakes - a symbol Taylor adopted on her latest album Reputation - eats rats.
The song itself offended Swift since it included a lyric about West having sex with her.
As her fans continued to defend her honor, Swift chose to take matters into her own hands when she shared an image of her own and suggested that Kardashian was a narcissist who loved her. Swift has since reclaimed the snake imagery, and Kardashian appears to have blocked the corresponding emoji from her Instagram comments - but that hasn't stopped Swift fans from now reminding Kardashian that the "snake eats the rat".
Swift, 27, seemed to address the saga in her music video for "Look What You Made Me Do", as it features snakes throughout the video.
"I never trust a narcissist But they love me".