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Taylor Swift's new single Look What You Made Me Do is 'definitely' directed at her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

While the track was thought to be a 'diss' at her arch-rival Katy Perry, TMZ reports it's actually aimed at the couple after they 'betrayed' her by releasing the phone conversation saying Taylor, 27, approved of Kanye's Famous rap calling her a 'b***h'.

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Donda West, an English professor, died aged 58 following complications from multiple cosmetic surgery procedures.

The hip hop star blamed himself for her passing.'If I had never moved to L. she'd be alive,' he said of his beloved mother in an interview with Q magazine.

However, it appears that jabs could already have been fired back from Team Perry, as Nicki Minaj - who appears alongside Katy on the track Swish Swish, largely accepted as a dig at Taylor - cryptically tweeted on Thursday: 'N***a sit down.

Be humble.'Late Thursday night, Twitter user @tkylemac took to the micro-blogging site to point out: 'Taylor was once called "Regina George in sheep's clothing" and her new song uses the beat from this scene in Mean Girls.'He then shared a brief video of Rachel Mc Adams' Regina dancing away in a Playboy Bunny outfit ahead of welcoming friends into her home for a Halloween bash.

The second verse features the line 'They once belonged to me' which is thought to be about her and Perry's argument over their tour dancers.

Amid her public feud with Taylor, Katy famously referenced Mean Girls, when she tweeted in 2014: 'Watch out for the Regina George in sheep’s clothing.'And three years later, Taylor appears to have responded in the slickest of ways, as a fan has noticed that the track on her new single This Is What You Made Me Do uses an identical beat to that heard in the 2004 movie's Halloween scene.Taylor was never made aware of the actual lyric, "I made that b**ch famous".Another line in Swift's new track reads: 'I don’t like your tilted stage' - which is thought to allude also to West's Saint Pablo performance on a tilted stage.Not long after West's video went viral, Swift wrote on her Instagram page: 'Being falsely painted as a liar when I was never given the full story or played any part of the song is character assassination.'I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one that I have never asked to be a part of, since 2009.'Another line in Look What You Made Me Do features the line: 'Honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time/I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red underlined/I check it once, then I check it twice.'This seems to allude to some sort of retaliation against West and his wife.The singer maintains she didn't give her consent for the lyric and was 'backstabbed' by the Wests.

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