The feud between Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Taylor Swift has been going on since the release of West's song "Famous" in 2016. However, one recent development has brought the original disagreement back into the spotlight.


In case you missed it, the feud stemmed from Kanye's inclusion of a line in his song aimed at the pop star, and their original encounter at the 2009 MTV Music Video Awards. The memorable moment saw Kanye hopping on the stage after Taylor won the award for Best Female Video, stating that Beyoncé should have been given the award.


Following the events at the award show, Kanye included a line about Taylor in his 2016 hit song, "Famous." The line goes, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that b***h famous," which sparked outrage from fans of Swift.


Taylor had allegedly approved the line "might still have sex," but not of West's reference to her as "that b***h."


Now, the entire feud is coming back because of one picture Swift liked on Instagram referencing the issues within the "Famous" music video. A tweet in response to a thread titled "Unpopular Opinions: Kanye Edition" called the video "disgusting" and referred to it as "revenge porn." This was screenshotted and posted to Instagram, where Swift liked it but did not engage any further.


However, fans definitely noticed and cited their excitement in the comments of the picture, causing many to wonder if this could mean we would see the feud coming back to the surface. Neither Kim nor Kanye have responded.