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Taylor Swift slammed for 'mocking Kim Kardashian's gunpoint ordeal' in new music video
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Posted on: August 28th 2017
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At last night’s VMAs, Taylor Swift premiered the much anticipated music video for her new single, ‘Look What You Made Me Do’.

In the video, Taylor pokes fun at all of the negative things that have been said about her in her latest attempt to ‘Blank Space’ the negative headlines that her behaviour warranted last year, however, it appears that Taylor went a step too far when mocking her celebrity enemies, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

 

As well as mocking ex-boyfriend Tom Hiddleston’s infamous ‘I [heart] TS’ vest top, her critics calling her a snake, and even pointing out that she “always plays the victim”, Taylor seemingly mimicked Kim’s harrowing gunpoint ordeal from last year.

In October 2016, the mother-of-two had a gun held to her head as she was bound, gagged, and thrown in the bath tub of her Paris hotel room by a group of men.

The men stole millions of dollars worth of Kim’s jewellery, including her 20-carat diamond engagement ring from husband Kanye.

In Taylor’s new music video, the singer can be seen bathing in a bath tub full of jewels, with the 27 year old drawing attention to the rings on her fingers as she makes a gun sign, miming shooting.

Needless to say, viewers feel that the singer has gone too far in her petty feud with the Kardashian-Wests, especially as Kim was left fearing for her life and psychologically traumatised following the terrifying ordeal.

Taking to Twitter, critics voice their discontent, with some urging Taylor to “grow up”:

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