The model reportedly bans her friends from listening to the singer’s music because ‘there’s no love lost between’ them these days.
It looks like the party is really over for Taylor Swift’s squad. Following her strained friendship with Kendall Jenner because of her feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, a new report has emerged claiming that Kendall has declared war to her friends who dare to listen to Taylor’s music.
According to OK!, the 21-year-old model encouraged her famous pals such as Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid not to listen to the singer’s songs, especially the new ones that are seemingly aimed at KimYe couple. “There’s no love lost between Taylor and Kendall these days,” a source told the site. “And what makes it super awkward is the fact they share so many friends.”
“Since Taylor’s been in hiding Kendall’s very much the queen bee these days, so what she says goes for the majority of that group,” the source added. “She’s made it clear that anyone listening or supporting Taylor will be banned from her circle instantly, and the likes of Gigi, Bella and Cara are all doing as they’re told.”
A few months ago, Kim revealed that her sister Kendall was never part of Taylor’s squad. “I don’t know if Kendall was a part of her squad, I don’t think she was,” she said, before noting that it didn’t make things awkward amid her beef with Taylor.
Kim’s highly-publicized feud with Taylor sparked last year after the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star leaked the video and audio of Taylor and Kanye’s phone conversation regarding the controversial lyrics on the rapper’s song “Famous”. Shortly after, Taylor’s squad was believed to be divided between the “Blank Space” hitmaker and Kendall.
Additionally, Taylor’s gang of best friends allegedly distanced themselves from her at that time because of her “embarrassing feuds and breakups.” It was believed the famous squad has since crumbled to pieces. “Taylor is absolutely furious that none of her famous friends are standing by her side or defending her in the press,” a source previously shared.