Famous Star Taylor Swift Feuded With

Nothing makes us happier than a nice celebrity beef, whether they are true or have been exaggerated by the press.
Over the past ten years, record-breaking music icon Taylor Swift has taken part in a number of these "beefs," but have they been getting along again, or…?
Let’s examine some of her relationships then.

1. Katy Perry

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This will go down in history. Everything began when Katy claimed that Taylor had stolen all of her backup dancers for her Red tour. On Twitter, when they argued, Katy referred to her as "Regina George in sheep's clothes." The song "Bad Blood," which was almost certainly about Katy, was later published by Taylor. Then, "Swish Swish" by Katy was perceived as a Taylor criticism song.
Until 2018, when Katy brought Taylor a real olive branch as a peace offering on the first night of her Reputation tour, the "feud" remained unresolved.
All was right in Taylor and Katy's world once she made an appearance in the star-studded "You Need to Calm Down" music video the next year.

2. Nicki Minaj

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This was a total mess. Nicki tweeted her disappointment after "Anaconda" failed to grasp a nomination for Video of the Year at the VMAs back in 2015. She said in the tweet, "If your video celebrates women with very slim bodies, you will be nominated for vid of the year."
Taylor, though, interpreted it as a personal jab and said, "I've done nothing but love & support you. It's unlike you to pit women against each other. Maybe one of the men took your slot." Taylor later continued, offer Nicki an invitation to share the stage with her: “Nicki is invited to any stage I'm ever on.”
In response, Nicki insisted that she wasn't talking about Taylor in those tweets and partially blamed the media for misrepresenting her. Taylor then expressed regret to Nicki, writing: "I thought I was being called out. I missed the point, I misunderstood, then misspoke. I'm sorry, Nicki."
Taylor sang "The Night Is Still Young" and a few verses of "Bad Blood" with Nicki throughout the performance.
Everything is OK between the two now; following the 2022 VMAs, where Taylor debuted Midnights, Nicki gave Taylor a tribute in one video, which says: “"Barbz, I know you love her. We all love her."

3. Diplo

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This is funny, by the way. “Someone should make a Kickstarter to get Taylor Swift a booty,” Diplo tweeted in 2014, while he was dating Katy Perry.
“Should we do something about your tiny p*nis while we’re at it hm,” Lorde responded in defense of her pal.
Although Taylor didn't reply, Diplo claimed that posting the tweets was "the worst choice of my career" in 2019.

4. Kanye West

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Of course, everyone is aware of the conflict between Taylor and Kanye, and to be honest, we are sick of hearing about it. He interrupted her on stage at the VMAs in 2009, and that was when everything began. A few years later, they patched things up; Kanye brought her flowers and Yeezy sneakers, and everything seemed fine.
Then, in 2016, Kanye released the song "Famous," in which he referred to Taylor as a bitch, implied that they may have had s*x, and claimed that he was the one who made her famous. As if that weren't enough, he also put a wax replica of Taylor in a nude state in the film.
Taylor got offended, of course, and then Kim Kardashian and "Snapchatgate" appeared.

5. Kim Kardashian

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Kim, who was at the time still married to Kanye, released a video on Snapchat after Taylor claimed she hadn’t allowed Kanye to use her name in the MV in that way. Kim’s video appeared to suggest that Taylor had agreed with the song lyrics.
Taylor’s supporters claimed that the video was altered to interpret her statements out of context into different meanings – Taylor said she was OK with the s*x lyric, but disagreed with being branded a “b*tch” and that she was made famous by him.
Some tracks on Taylor's 2017 album Reputation, including "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things," are rumored to be about Kimye.
The complete version of Kim's video, which was made public in 2020, demonstrated that she had indeed edited the clip before sending it on Snapchat.
Well, now, they are no longer related to each other anymore.

6. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

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Many of us disregard the existence of this one. Tina and Amy joked about Taylor's love life in 2013 while they were hosting the Golden Globes.
A Madeleine Albright quotation served as Taylor's retort: "There's a specific place in hell for women who don't aid other women."
Tina Fey later shared with ET in an interview that it was all meant to make fun, continuing that it’s a pity “she didn’t take [the joke] in the crazy-aunt spirit in which it was intended.”
It's sure to conclude that this conflict is over because, in 2020, Taylor and Amy appeared at the Golden Globes together.
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