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Kim Kardashian 'Sick' Of Taylor' Swift's 'Petty 8th Grade Drama' Amid New Song Diss

Kim Kardashian Fires Back At Taylor Swift After New Song Diss
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Jun. 14 2019, Published 6:35 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian is taking the high road after Taylor Swift's latest diss track "You Need to Calm Down!" has exclusively learned that Kim, 37 — who spoke at the White House on criminal justice reform just hours before Taylor, 25, dropped her scathing new album — "really wants Taylor to move past the petty 8th grade bulls***t."

"Apparently, Taylor will never be done shading Kim, but Kim is letting her appearance at the White House yesterday speak for itself," a source close to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians clan said.

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Added the informant: "It just so happened that the day Taylor announced her album, Kim spoke at the White House in front of the whole world, completely blowing her out of the water."

"And it is no coincidence at all that Kim wore green, the color of the snake," the source told

Taylor's last diss was in April, when she released the video for her upcoming single, "ME!"

In the video, Taylor included a vicious snake that transformed into a bunch of pretty butterflies.

Taylor Swift readers know that the snake has come to symbolize the feud between the two bitter beauties, which started when Kim's husband Kanye West included lyrics in his song "Famous" that called Taylor a "bitch" and said he "made her famous."

So is this the end of the superstars war of words? It doesn't look like it!

"Kim will continue to drop more subtle hints on social media as more of Taylor's album becomes revealed," the insider told

"She is really sick of it, but at the end of the day they both kind of live for it."



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