Host Andy Cohen, who reminded Smith that Kardashian may have reignited the celebs' bad blood by recently posting an Instagram image that featured a mockup of Swift's naked body, asked Smith which star he sided with. "I made that b***h famous".
Kardashian posted her photo from the "Famous" exhibit on the same day British Vogue unveiled its new cover featuring Swift. It dates back to 2009's VMAs scandal and returned in 2016 after a lyric from West joked about having sex with Swift, infamously boasting that he "made that bitch famous".
Last year, after Swift released a statement saying that she "cautioned [West] about releasing a song with such a strong misogynistic message", Kardashian released a recording of a phone call between Swift and West in which Swift approves the line. However, Taylor later asserted that she did not give her blessing to be a called "that b*tch" on the song.
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She and Kim have had their own war ever since Kanye rapped past year: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex..." This is obviously reminiscent of that time when Taylor's own Instagram feed was flooded with the snake emoji. Many fans even started leaving rat or mouse emojis, explaining that snakes - a symbol Taylor adopted on her latest album Reputation - eats rats.
Kardashian then chose to release a recording of the audio online where Swift could be heard calling the song a "compliment".
Swift then went on to tell West him to use whichever lyric he thought was best because "people will know it is not a dis".