Why fans reckon Taylor Swift's new track is about Kim and Kanye

scandal 28/08/2017

Taylor Swift released her brand new single, with a new sound for her on Friday.

It's called "Look What You Made Me Do" and it's sent fans wild. It's also started chat about "clues" that apparently show the track is actually about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

First of all, there are plenty of snake emojis. Last July, Kim Kardashian awoke to the news that it was National Snake Day and sent a snarky little message to Swift via Twitter.

“Wait its legit National Snake Day?!?!?They have holidays for everybody, I mean everything these days!” It was followed by plenty of snake emojis. 

Swifties responded by flooding Kim's Tweets and Instagram posts with even more snake emojis and Kim was so annoyed she blocked the ability for anyone at all to use a snake emoji in comments to her (lol).

Secondly, in the second line of the lyrics, Taylor states firmly, "Don't like your tilted stage." Does that make you think of anyone? Kanye West stood on a tilted stage on his Saint Pablo Tour.

Thirdly, the line "I don't like your perfect crime" could be in reference to Kanye getting away with singing about Taylor in his song Famous. He says she called him and was cool with it, but she's mad he recorded her without her consent. She didn't press charges but said in her statement that it was illegal. A perfect crime, wouldn't you say?