Before this week, we reported about the unexpected news that Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have formally ended their feud.
Even though the pop landscape may be a more peaceful place consequently, it was a miserable day for lovers of little celebrity rivalries.
Providentially, the equally-entertaining Taylor Swift-Kim Kardashian feud seems to be going strong!
Taylor simply dropped a brand new single entitled “You want to Calm Down,” and as the song is apparently an easy pro-LGBTQ anthem, several lovers ate convinced that many lines have double significance and are thought as subtle jabs against Kim.
Kim’s prison reform attempts brought her back into the White House now, along with the 38-year-old seemingly feels that Swift’s brand new tune throw a shadow on what should’ve been one of the proudest moments of her profession.
“Seemingly, Taylor will not be achieved shading Kim, but Kim is allowing her look at the White House yesterday speak for itself,” a supply near the situation informs Radar Online.
“It just so happened the day Taylor declared her record, Kim talked at the White House in front of the entire Earth, totally blowing her from the water”
The insider says Taylor’s sly disses weren’t missing on Kim, who picked her attire for now so as to send a message to Swift:
“And it’s no coincidence whatsoever that Kim wore green, the colour of the snake,” the source claims.
Using a White House event on prison reform as an opportunity to throw subtle shade at a pop star sounds insane — but then again, so does everything else about 2019.
So Radar’s interpretation is that Taylor’s new single just happened to drop on the same day that Kim spoke at the White House.
But the folks over at Cosmo make a pretty convincing argument that Swift planned it that way and loaded her lyrics with coded jabs at Trump.
As many have observed on Twitter, it might not be a coincidence that the song was released on the Donald’s birthday.
And the progressive lyrics present exactly the sort of argument that tends to deepen the president’s perma-scowl:
“You are somebody that we don’t know / But you’re coming at my friends like a missile / Why are you mad? / When you could be GLAAD?” Swift sings at one point.
“Sunshine on the street at the parade / But you would rather be in the dark ages,” she later croons.
“’Cause shade never made anybody less gay.”
Obviously, much of this situation is open to interpretation, but the Radar source assures us that things are about to escalate rapidly:
“Kim will continue to drop more subtle hints on social media as more of Taylor’s album becomes revealed,” the insider claims.
“She is really sick of it, but at the end of the day they both kind of live for it.”
Fortunately, so do we!