Kim Kardashian ‘shades’ Taylor Swift in new video after reality star and Kanye West’s nasty years-long feud with singer | The Sun

KIM Kardashian has seemingly thrown shade at Taylor Swift in a new social media post.

Kim, 42, took to her Instagram Story on Friday to wish her friend Harry Hudson a happy birthday as he turned 30.

The reality TV star wrote: "In honor of Harry's birthday I found the best flash back!!! I found these snap chat movies we used to make. Love you @harry hudson," followed by several laughing face emojis.

She then tagged several other people who were in the video, such as Jonathan Cheban, and also mentioned the late fashion designer Virgil as well as her ex-husband Ye, whose real name is Kanye West.

The spoof video showed Kim bossing around her inner circle including Stephanie Shepherd and Tracy Romulus.

At one point, Kim ordered Stephanie to come and see her just so she could take a selfie.

As Stephanie held up her mobile phone, Kim called the rest of her group over to sort out the lighting.

As she lounged on the sofa, Kim requested some music be played.

The track Famous by Kanye then started blasting out in the background.

The 2016 song was featured on Kanye's The Life of Pablo album and included the lyrics: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/Why? I made that b*tch famous")."

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In the next Instagram Story, Kim summoned Harry to visit her in her Presidential Suite, and once he arrived, she demanded he gets undressed and wears her merchandise.

Harry clearly had crossed wires about why Kim had summoned him and she had to remind him that she was married to Pablo – another nickname of Kanye's.

Not having any of it, Harry fired back: "Clearly I'm the one for you, who the f**k is Pablo?

"I'm tall, I'm dark, I'm handsome, clearly, I'm more talented, clearly, I'd get you seven million roses for our wedding! I'm the one that's better for you, obviously, it's me!"

The camera then cut to Kim, who used her finger to gesture to Harry's right.

As the camera panned sideways, Kanye was seen towering over Harry with a menacing look on his face.

The video was obviously filmed during Kim's marriage to Kanye, which ended in divorce in 2022.

During their relationship, Kim became embroiled in Kanye's nasty feud with singer Taylor.

Mother-of-four Kim defended Kanye and claimed her then-husband had sought Taylor's permission in advance to rap about her in his song Famous.

Taylor had remained quiet since a leaked 25-minute recording of a phone call between her and Kanye — discussing his controversial lyrics about her in his 2016 song Famous — appeared online in 2020.

Previously Kanye had used an edited version of the call to claim he had her permission for the song.

But three years ago, in March, Taylor spoke out and claimed the full-length recording, which appeared online mysteriously, proved she was: “Telling the truth the whole time.”

She always disputed Kanye’s version of events.

Taylor described the dispute as, “Four years of hell”, but urged the world to focus on, “What really matters”.

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She added: “Instead of answering those who are asking how I feel about the video footage that leaked, proving that I was telling the truth the whole time about that call (you know, the one that was illegally recorded, that somebody edited and manipulated in order to frame me and put me, my family and fans through hell for four years)…”

At the time, Insiders said the singer was privately livid with Kanye and Kim and was determined for the world to know what really happened.

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