Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Takes Shots at Kanye

Posted August 26, 2017

Right Said Fred also took to their website, praising Swift and her team for being "absolutely wonderful".

Plus, her snake-centric teaser videos and now merch directly reference the snake emojis Kardashian's fans flooded Swift's social media accounts with. "'Cause she's dead." More than a little on the nose, but at least there's no ambiguity there. The lyrics went on to say, "No I don't like you".

The "Look What You Made Me Do" music video will premiere on Sunday, August 27th, during the VMAs. It's the first single from her upcoming album "Reputation" due out on November 10.

Instagram created it after the singer's feud with the Kardashian-Wests a year ago over Kanye West's song Famous.

Did Taylor Swift just take her ongoing feud with Kanye West to a new level?

Kim Kardashian later published a video where West tells Swift about the line before its release, and she appears to approve of it. You will then have the chance to participate in various activities, such as pre-ordering Swift's new album or watching her new lyric video. The album helped her produce a star-studded world tour, featuring guest appearances from musicians such as Justin Timberlake and John Legend to A-List celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Chris Rock.

Now, with the snake-centric presentation of her new Reputation era and vengeful, chilling lead single "Look What You Made Me Do", Swift seems to be in the midst of the most complete skin-shedding of her career. That fact clearly hasn't eluded Swift, as she says during a phone call near the end of the song, "I'm sorry, but the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Oh..." In addition, a source at Swift's record label claimed that the date was chosen "based on other Universal Music Group releases".

Twitter, of course, has a lot of feelings about the new Taylor and her even newer track, and shared them online.

Swift's "reputation" could become the singer's fourth album to sell more than one million albums in its debut week, following "1989", 2012's "Red" and 2010's "Speak Now".