Kim Kardashian Has Three Words for the World After Taylor Swift Diss Track

Taylor Swift seemed to revive her long-running feud with Kim Kardashian in a track from her new The Tortured Poets Department album titled, “thanK you aIMee,” and everyone invested in the drama (read: the entire internet), has been waiting to see if Kim K had another clap-back for the pop star in response. But based on Kardashian’s first public appearance since the album dropped, the official Kardashian Kamp position appears to be: Unbothered. Which is a little anticlimactic, if I’m honest.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live on April 22, Kardashian did not take the opportunity to address the apparent diss track. Instead, she told the late night host, “life is good.” In fairness, Kimmel didn’t ask Kardashian about the feud directly, so maybe she just didn’t have a chance to address the beef.

Once you note that the capitalization in “thanK you aIMee” spells out “K-I-M,” it’s hard to ignore the pointed meaning in the lyrics, which describe a “a bronze, spray-tanned statue of you.” Swift sings in the chorus, “All that time you were throwin’ punches, I was buildin’ somethin’/And I can’t forgive the way you made me feel/Screamed, “Fuck you, Aimee” to the night sky as the blood was gushin’.” In the second verse she says, “And it wasn’t a fair fight/Or a clean kill each time that Aimee stompеd across my grave/And then she wrotе headlines/In the local paper, laughing at each baby step I’d take.”

Those familiar with the drama will know that it all began in 2017, when Kardashian dropped a recording of Swift seeming to approve the lyrics to her then-husband Kanye West’s song, “Famous,” which included the line, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex,” to Snapchat. Later, a full version of the call was released, which seemed to exonerate Swift and show that Kardashian had dishonestly edited the audio. Swift says Kardashian never apologized.

This time, however, Kim Kardashian doesn’t seem interested in continuing the back-and-forth.

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