It's been a day and a half since Kim Kardashian went and broke the internet again, timed perfectly with this week's KUWTK and its compelling T-Swift subplot. How are you coping? No really, how are you coping?
To recap: In a series of Snapchats, Kim shared video of a conversation between Kanye West and Taylor Swift on the subject of Kanye's now-infamous song "Famous." Specifically, Taylor appeared to offer approval of the lyrics (though it's worth noting, as her response also argues, that it seems she wasn't asked specifically about that "I made that bitch famous" line).
To many, this makes Taylor a liar, and certainly seems in conflict with her "good girl faith" public persona. But what about those with greater insight? Below, the responses to Kim Kardashian's explosive Snapchats from all those in Taylor's social circle, squad, and/or music videos:
Taylor's long-time BFF went hard on Twitter, calling out Kim, Kanye, and even lil' North West (by association), but then deleted most of her tweets following death threats. Still though, her sentiment remains:
The sole member of Taylor's model friends to speak out:
Martha has since also RT'd a GIF of bad boy Chad from The Bachelorette.
Offering up the first #squad response to the bad blood, Selena was resoundingly dragged for not following her own advice:
No response—after tweeting about bullying and the social media landscape being a "sad space," Ruby later clarified her messages had "zero percent" to do with the T-Swift sitch. She did, however, add this catch-all message:
And also jumped in the fray when Khloé Kardashian and Chloë Moretz went at it.
No response, unless this selfie means something:
Since tweeting a T-Swift shout-out on her son's first birthday earlier in the weekend (Taylor is his godmother), Jaime has made no comment.
Not an *official* member of the squad, but oh boy did Joseph have some things to say:
Joseph also confirmed the existence of the Illuminati (oh sh*t), and later clarified he wasn't even mad, which is what all people who were really mad for a little while and then felt bashful later say.
No response, but Lorde does stand with Leslie Jones:
No response (although, to be fair, Ed has been on a social media break for seven months now).
New member Tom Hiddleston
Despite some sites claiming Zendaya had favorited two tweets criticizing Taylor's squad and its collective values, neither are currently visible on her "likes" feed (and it would seem like far too petty a move for Zendaya, let's be honest). She has instead tweeted about the latest Freddie Gray verdicts in Baltimore, the Melania Trump RNC speech plagiarism shitshow, and about how she hopes to age like Gabrielle Union—just as we all do, really.
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