Taylor Swift fans troll Kim Kardashian on Twitter after Swift was photographed in a snake-themed outfit. The singer's supporters also urged Kardashian to apologize to their idol.
Earlier this week, thousands of Swift fans flooded the reality TV star's account with snake and rat emojis. The hashtags #KimApologizeToTaylor and #TaylorSwiftWonParty also went viral online. This was their way of responding to an incident that happened between the two women in 2016.
At the time, Kardashian leaked a private phone conversation between Swift and Kanye West. This move did not sit well with the fans who saw the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star as a snake. When they saw Swift wearing a snake-themed romper in Cleveland, they decided to reignite the feud between the two celebrities.
"You shamed a woman for doing nothing but living her own life and many death threats and online bullying jokes ensued. As a grown woman you should apologize for causing the hate that Taylor Swift has been receiving from late 2016 to the present day," wrote one fan.
As of late, Kardashian has not yet responded to the tweets, and the mom of three has not also apologized to Swift.
Taylor Swift Talks About Low Point In Her Life
The singer, who is currently on tour, talked about a low point in her life during her recent live performance. She also alluded to her feuds with Kardashian and West.
She said that someone once called her a snake on social media, and this resulted in other haters calling her other names on the platform. Before singing "Long Live," Swift admitted to being greatly affected by all the hate she received.
"I wanted to send a message to you guys that if someone uses name calling to bully you on social media and even if a lot of people jump on board with it, that doesn't have to beat you. It can strengthen you instead," said Swift.
Swift addressed the incident by telling her fans what was going on. She also spoke with the people behind the show on how to rectify the situation.
Meanwhile, Swift is currently on her reputation tour in North America and Europe. Her series of shows will wrap up on Nov. 12.