“My mom wished you were dead”, Taylor Swift slams Kim Kardashian

Taylor Swift once again surprised her fans with an unexpected move, releasing a surprise second batch of songs at 2 a.m. on Friday, effectively creating a secret double album titled “The Tortured Poets Department.”

In one of the tracks, titled “thanK you aIMee,” Swifties were quick to notice that the capitalized letters spelled out the name “Kim.”

Known for embedding hidden messages and Easter eggs in her lyrics through capitalization, Swift seemed to target a certain individual, whom she likened to a high school bully. Speculation among fans suggests that the target of her lyrics is Kim Kardashian, who is 43 years old.


Within the song, Swift paints a vivid picture of her hometown, describing a “bronze spray-tanned statue” of “Aimee,” with a plaque beneath it threatening to push her down the stairs at their school.

The lyrics delve deeper into the emotional turmoil inflicted by this person, with lines such as “All that time you were throwin’ punches, I was buildin’ somethin’,” and “Screamed ‘F – – k you, Aimee’ to the night sky, as the blood was gushin’.”

Swift also reflects on the complexity of their relationship, acknowledging that it was never a “fair fight” or a “clean kill,” and expressing the feeling of being stomped upon even in death.

Furthermore, Swift makes a poignant reference to her mother, Andrea Swift, suggesting that despite her saintly nature, she harbored ill wishes towards this individual: “Everyone knows that my mother is as a saintly woman / But she used to say she wished that you were dead.”

Despite their ongoing feud, Kardashian has previously admitted to being a fan of Swift’s music.

Swift concludes the song with a haunting message: “And one day, your kid comes home singin’ a song that only us two is gonna know is about you,” hinting at a lasting impact and legacy of their tumultuous relationship.

Written by Telha

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