Kim Kardashian’s Instagram turned into a slithering serpent party after Taylor Swift spilled the tea in her recent Time Magazine interview. Swift, now crowned Time’s Person of the Year at the ripe age of 33, didn’t just spill the tea; she launched the whole dang kettle at Kim.
In the interview, Swift didn’t sugarcoat things, accusing Kim of being the puppet master behind her brief stint in self-imposed exile during their epic feud. The pop sensation went as far as tossing around the ‘trash’ label for Kim and her ex, Kanye West, making it clear that she wasn’t exactly sending them a Christmas card this year.
This blast from Swift’s truth cannon brings back memories of 2016 when Kim tweeted in disbelief, “Wait, it’s legit National Snake Day?!?!? They have holidays for everybody, I mean everything these days!” Oh, how the tables have slithered!
After the Time interview dropped, Swifties went digging into the archives of the epic feud that birthed her 2017 album, “Reputation.” The album was practically a snake-themed Broadway musical, with Swift dancing around the drama like a snake-charming maestro.
Let’s rewind to the feud’s humble beginnings in 2016 when Kanye dropped some cringe-worthy lyrics about Swift in a song, claiming it was all consensual. Swift hit back, crying foul, and then Kim pulled out what Swift dubbed “an illegally recorded phone call” like it was a rabbit from a hat.
In the interview, Swift spilled the tea (again) on how the fallout felt like a “career death.” She even dropped the bomb that the whole saga was like having your life story edited by Kim Kardashian, who she accused of being the real-life Voldemort. Yikes!
The aftermath led Swift to pull a Houdini, vanishing from the public eye for a year, and possibly setting up shop in London with her British beau, Joe Alwyn. Swift spilled the deets on her self-imposed exile, admitting she became a real-life hermit, pushing people away faster than a snake shedding its skin.
“I went down really, really hard,” Swift confessed, giving us a behind-the-scenes peek at the psychological toll of the Kardashian-West showdown. Move over Netflix, Taylor Swift’s life drama is the real binge-worthy series we all needed.