AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift has "set off a war in Hollywood" with the music video for her latest single "Look What You Made Me Do". The video clip was packed with visual jabs targeting every one of her enemies including Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Tom Hiddleston and Calvin Harris.
The lyrics "I don't like your little games/ Don't like your tilted stage" seemingly refers to the Kanye's 2016 feud with Taylor over his "Famous" lyrics and the stage the rapper used on his last tour. Kim, meanwhile, thinks a scene showing Taylor in a tub full of diamonds is making light of the harrowing October 2016 Paris jewelry heist that saw the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star robbed at gunpoint tied up in a bathtub.
"Kim is utterly disgusted with Taylor for mocking what she considers the scariest moment in her life," a source close to the reality star tells In Touch, "Kim and Kanye just think it's low and pathetic of Taylor. But they won’t stoop to her level."
Not only Kim and Kanye, Taylor's exes are also unhappy. In the video, Taylor took aim at her ex-boyfriend Tom in a scene with male dancers clad in "I[heart]TS" shirts, which is a clear reference to the tank top he wore during her Fourth of July party back in 2016 when he was dating Taylor.
"Tom feels like a total idiot for going anywhere near Taylor," reveals an industry source, "Now he sees her as a desperate attention-seeker."
A graveyard tombstone with the name Nils Sjöberg, the songwriter pseudonym Taylor used on ex Calvin's 2016 hit "This Is What You Came for" featuring Rihanna, is also being seen as a dig. During the video debut at the 2017 MTV VMAs, the Scottish DJ didn't clap. "Calvin is ignoring Taylor," added the source.
"Taylor crossed the line with this video," an insider said, "She's out for revenge and she's not holding back. She has just made her feuds worse." A second insider added, "The backlash is huge. This has set off a war in Hollywood."
"Katy had heard rumors Taylor was targeting her in it," a source close to Katy shared, "So she deliberately avoided being onstage when Taylor's video premiered. She didn't want to look foolish. [She] won't let Taylor get away with this. She's already calculating her next move, and Taylor isn't going to like it."
However, "this is just the beginning of what [Taylor]'s going to unleash on her haters," according to a source. A second source added, "Some of her friends think she's behaving really immaturely and, even though they know she can be spiteful and petty, that this song and music video have taken things too far."