Angry Taylor Swift Fans Are Attacking Kim Kardashian With Rat Emojis

December 5, 2017 / Posted by:

Someone call an exterminator, there’s an infestation of disease-carrying rodents on Kim Kardashian’s Instagram page! And I’m not talking about multiple selfies with Scott Disick. There are thousands of rat emojis clogging up her comments, and they’ve been released by Taylor Swift’s angry fans.

According to People, the feud that refuses to die gained some new life after Kim posted a picture of herself at Kanye West’s secret “Famous” art exhibition in Los Angeles from back in August 2016. Being reminded of the time Kanye West created a fake wax figure of Taylor really pissed off the Swifties. They retaliated in a similar way to how Kardashian fans slapped back at Taylor after she was exposed by Kim so long ago; by spamming Kim’s account with emojis. They chose rats, because snakes eat rats, or some other equally dumb reason.

They’re not just limited to that one picture; a quick peek shows they’re all over the place.


People also points out that they’re using mice emojis as well. Damn it, this is why it’s so important to read the Taylor Swift Fan Club Victim Vengeance Newsletter. Everyone has to be on the same page!

Team Kardashian can’t retaliate back, because Taylor’s comments are off on all her IG posts.

What Taylor Swift’s fans don’t seem to realize is that Kim Kardashian probably doesn’t even care about those rats. All Kim is going to see are compliments. Rats are the perfect creature to represent the Kardashians. They appear in muted colors. Their bodies are often proportionally heavier in the rear end area. They’re impossible to get rid of. Not to mention that RATS spelled backwards is STAR. So really, all Taylor’s fans did was hold a flattering mirror up to Kim.

Pics: Instagram

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