AceShowbiz - It seems like Taylor Swift's fans have yet to leave Kim Kardashian alone. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star recently took to her social media account to ask her online devotees for some suggestion on how to keep their kids entertained during self-quarantine amid Coronavirus outbreak.
"What is everyone doing to keep your kids entertained???" the 39-year-old cosmetics mogul captioned the selfie featuring her alongside with her family. "As a family we are social distancing but need some fun ideas of what to do! Any suggestions would help!"
Swifties quickly flooded the comment section, but instead of giving helpful suggestions, they trolled the wife of Kanye West over their feud with the "Blank Space" singer. "Try illegally recording phone calls and editing them," one suggested, referring to the infamous 2016 phone call between Kanye and Taylor which full version was leaked earlier this month.
"Maybe discuss with the consequences of lying and how important it is to tell people the truth," someone wrote. Another comment read, "You know set the example, never mind."
One other commented, "You can spend time editing videos to frame people. You're gonna have a lot of fun trust me," with one person adding, "Have a Taylor Swift marathon." Meanwhile, several suggested Kim to watch Taylor's Netflix documentary, "Miss Americana".
Taylor and Kanye's feud reignited in 2016 after the "Black Skinhead" spitter included the lyrics, "I made that b***h famous," on his song "Famous". Taylor felt disrespected and called him out over that, but both Kanye and his wife Kim insisted that the 30-year-old singer/songwriter had given him her permission. Kim even posted a video of their phone call and dubbed Taylor a "snake."
However, the full version of the phone call seemed to back up Taylor's claim. Responding to the leaked video, the country-turned-pop star said on her Instagram Stories that it only proves "that I was telling the truth the whole time about *that call*." She additionally stressed that the call "was illegally recorded," "edited and manipulated in order to frame me and put me, my family, and fans through hell for 4 years."
Kim then fired back at Taylor on Twitter, calling her out for her self-serving comments amid the coronavirus pandemic. The reality TV star went on accusing Taylor of lying about Kanye never asking for her permission to release the song.