Kardashian simply captioned the picture: "Famous". "I made that bitch famous".
Swift embraced the snake emoji for her new album "Reputation".
Kim took to Instagram to share a picture of herself taking a photo on her iPhone of the models from her husband's 2016 music video. They seemingly buried the hatchet and conspired on lyrics to West's song "Famous". Swift was publicly incensed, but Kardashian-West refuted her outrage by offering up audio of Swift pre-approving the lewd lyric on the phone.
36-year-old Kim Kardashian is the fifth most popular celebrity in Instagram after Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Taylor swift and Selena Gomez. West initially claimed that he had asked for Taylor's approval of the lyric before releasing the track and that she gave her blessing. The exhibition featured the music video's most (ahem) in-Famous prop - a giant sculpture of Kanye in bed with a naked Taylor Swift lookalike, as well as a host of well-known personalities, such as Donald Trump, Caitlyn Jenner and Rihanna.
After saying she wished to be "excluded from this narrative", she struck back at both of them on her new album, "Reputation", with "LWYMMD" and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things".
Adding further fuel to the fire, West's video for the song included a naked waxwork of her without permission, which didn't go down too well.
Swift's defense was that while, yes, she was fine with the gag about hooking up with West, she did not expect to be called the B-word.
At the time, Kardashian used the snake emoji to depict Swift, but over time, loyal Swifties started spamming Kardashian's comments with the little green icon.
The recording went viral and also ended up on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.