Swift mocks Kim’s robbery: ‘As low as it gets’

aylor Swift's new music video for Look What You Made Me Do.
aylor Swift's new music video for Look What You Made Me Do. Contributed

MUSIC fans are accusing Taylor Swift of going to a step too far in her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Swift appears to mock Kardashian's terrifying Paris robbery in the music video for her new song which she debuted at the MTV VMAs.

In her video for Look What You Made Me Do, Swift is shown draped in jewellery as sits in a bathtub filled with diamonds and money.

At that point in the song, the lyrics are:

I don't like your perfect crime

How you laugh when you lie

You said the gun was mine

Isn't cool, no, I don't like you

The music video seems to be a not-so-subtle reference to when Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint by masked men in October 2016.

The thieves stole two diamond Cartier bracelets, a gold and diamond Jacob necklace, Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and a gold Rolex from the reality TV star who was bound and gagged IN A BATHTUB during the ordeal.

After the clip aired during the MTV VMAs, viewers took to Twitter to share their surprise and shock that Swift would make light of Kardashian's robbery.

Many felt it was a hit below the belt whereas others suggested that perhaps it's just a coincidence and wasn't a direct reference to Kardashian's robbery.

Topics:  kim kardashian music taylor swift

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