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Kim Kardashian Says Members Of Taylor Swift's Squad Hit Her Up After ~Those~ Snapchats

This feud just keeps giving and giving.

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You'll probably remember the most infamous Snapchat Story Kim Kardashian shared a couple of months ago, in the climax of her and Kanye West's feud with Taylor Swift.

It was so iconic that in the future we will ask: "Where were you when Kim posted those snaps?"
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It was so iconic that in the future we will ask: "Where were you when Kim posted those snaps?"

But after completing her takedown of Taylor, Kim has remained pretty much silent on the whole thing.

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Taylor released a statement asking to be "removed from the narrative" and Kanye rejoiced on stage, but aside from a few cryptic comments about people being "fake", Kim hasn't addressed the drama directly.

Until now.

In a new interview with Wonderland, Kim revealed that she meant "no shade" by posting the incriminating snaps to her millions of followers.

She explained:

I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest. I'm a fan. I like her music. There was no shade.

And then she dropped a real bombshell: that members of Taylor's ~squad~ contacted her after the whole thing blew up, presumably to defend her.

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Kim said, "Girls in her squad hit me up on text."

Which is pretty interesting, seeing as the only member of Taylor's squad to speak publicly about the feud was Karlie Kloss – and even then it was because she was blindsided by the question in an interview.

She also said that Kim had always been "lovely" when she met her. And what's more, many of the squad members have also publicly revealed themselves to be fans of Kim. Lena Dunham has said she believes the Kardashians are good role models, Lorde praised her when she did a nude photoshoot for Paper, and Ellie Goulding also defended Kim after posting the nude selfie. Jaime King actually wept when Kim was body-shamed during pregnancy, before having a ~girls night out~ together, and then there's Kendall Jenner who, y'know, can't go against the family.
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She also said that Kim had always been "lovely" when she met her.

And what's more, many of the squad members have also publicly revealed themselves to be fans of Kim.

Lena Dunham has said she believes the Kardashians are good role models, Lorde praised her when she did a nude photoshoot for Paper, and Ellie Goulding also defended Kim after posting the nude selfie. Jaime King actually wept when Kim was body-shamed during pregnancy, before having a ~girls night out~ together, and then there's Kendall Jenner who, y'know, can't go against the family.

However, exactly who hit her up remains unclear after Kim refused to elaborate – giving the most perfect reason for not doing so.

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She said: "I'm not petty."

Over to you, Taylor.

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