"I'm watching her on Twitter, I just signed up on Twitter", the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star continued.
Considering the relentless, personal and often extremely sexist coverage of Taylor Swift throughout her career, maybe she's right.
Earlier this month, as Swift prepared to release the first single off her sixth studio album, another insider spoke to Hollywood Life and revealed that the singer has been doing her best to juggle her relationship with her busy professional life.
Swift is known for dishing out digs in her songs, and her eagle-eyed fans spotted some pretty questionable ones in the music video.
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She previously stated that she was a victim in the said incident and threatened to take legal action against the crew of the show. Their sex romp (and getting drunk) is nothing new in Paradise - although most contestants go behind closed doors to get it on.
There's also a line where Swift sings she doesn't like an undisclosed foe's "titled stage", which some interpreted as a reference to West's floating stage on last year's "Saint Pablo" tour. This pop star isn't afraid to display her friends through various pictures that she posts on social media.
In the video, the interviewer asks Kardashian, "What's the number one song on your iPod?"
How much of that is true is very hard to say, since Swift is a shrewd Machiavellian master of controlling and rewriting her own narrative.
That's when Kim showed her trump card, presenting receipts from Snapchat conversations between Kanye and Taylor in which they discussed the song and she approved the lyrics. "I made that b-- famous".
Swift is at her best when she's making fun of herself, but this era goes a step further than the simple self-satirization of "Blank Space".