It's empire versus empire nowadays with people throwing shade left and right. The latest victim? Taylor Swift once again, the pop princess who recently released the single "Look What You Made Me Do," which video throws shade at almost every other person she has been rumored to have a beef with.

One person seems to be taking a stand, however. Khloe Kardashian, the sister to Kim Kardashian West, recently stepped out wearing a black t-shirt with a snake fang print on the very same day that Swift dropped her new single, which she has been promoting with snake imagery on her social media accounts. The general public would remember that Swift was flooded with snake emojis when Kim released a video of her husband, Kanye West, on the phone with Swift, who approved some questionable lyrics on his song, "Famous."

Khloe Kardashian taking sides?

Because blood runs thicker than water, it's easy to assume that Khloe Kardashian would take the side of her sister, Kim and her brother-in-law Kanye West.

But what does her snake fang t-shirt mean? Does she dig Taylor Swift's new music? Does she, like Swift, pay no attention to what anyone says?

Kardashian has her fair share of haters after she married then divorced Lamar Odom, a very public relationship that was documented in the reality series, "Khloe and Lamar." Kardashian also admitted to receiving snide comments about her weight, which she used as inspiration for her "revenge body."

Snake Fang t-shirt costs $350

It's no surprise that Khloe Kardashian, social media superstar and founder of the Good American clothing line, is sporting an expensive black t-shirt. According to Cosmopolitan, the snake fang t-shirt that Kardashian was sporting when Taylor Swift dropped "Look What You Made Me Do" is from Saint Laurent and costs $350. Kardashian is self-made, with her Good American earning as much as $1 million in 2016 alone.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that she also earned $15 million in 2016 from her endorsements and boutiques. Not shabby at all, as her sister Kendall Jenner earned $10 million in 2016 from her high-end brand endorsements. Kim Kardashian, with whom Swift reportedly has a beef with, earned about $45.5 million from her endorsements, app, and other projects, with an additional $14.4 million from her make up the line, KKW. As for Swift, she earned about $173 million from the "1989 World Tour" alone. Swift is set to promote her new record, "Reputation," which arrives on November 10.