Taylor Swift Releases 'Look What You Made Me Do' And We Have It On Repeat

Taylor Swift released the first single off Reputation: “Look What You Made Me Do.”

She declares the “old Taylor” is dead. The lyric video embraces her new public image of a serpent. Most people will focus on the lines in the song where Taylor warns her enemies, “I've got a list of names and yours is in red underlined.”

She could be thinking of Katy Perry or Kanye West. After all, Taylor starts the song referencing Kanye’s Saint Pablo tour “I don't like your little games/ I don't like your tilted stage.” And the font used for the Reputation album is eerily similar Kanye's for Pablo.

But it’s Kim Kardashian feeling intense heat from Swifties. Taylor’s fans harassed Kim’s social media sites with the snake emoji. It’s payback for when Kim chose National Snake Day to expose the phone call of Taylor approving Kanye West lyrics.

 Kim requested that Instagram block the snake emoji from her timeline

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