Taylor Swift is breaking records here and there after she released her comeback single "Look What You Made Me Do" on Thursday. According to Spotify, the new song was streamed over eight million times during its first day of the music streaming app.

Swift and her record-breaking comeback

Not only that, the lyric and official music videos of the new Taylor Swift track broke YouTube records in a 24-hour period. The video streaming site confirmed that the lyric video earned 19 million views, while the official music video reached 28 million views in just one day.

The pop singer surpassed the records previously set by Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" at 22 million views and Adele's "Hello" at 27 million streams. Although Taylor Swift did not provide an explanation to her new music, fans assumed that the pop singer took shots at Kanye West and Kim Kardashian over their ongoing feud.

"I don't like your little games, don't like your tilted stage / The role you made me play the fool, no, I don't like you," the lyrics said, seemingly referring to the rapper's floating and tilted stage during his last concert tour.

Taylor Swift seemingly aimed at Kim Kardashian when she mentioned about disliking someone's "perfect crime" in a bathtub of diamonds. It can be recalled that the "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" alum was robbed at gunpoint in her hotel room at Hôtel de Pourtalès in Paris last October.

Inside Swift and Kardashian's ongoing feud

The socialite opened up about the traumatic experience in an episode of their reality TV show wherein she revealed how she felt helpless in the hands of the robbers dressed as police officers. She added that the perpetrators stole her 20-carat diamond ring that costs around $4.49 million.

On top of that, they were able to snatch her jewelry bow with an estimated worth of $5.6 million.

According to E! News, Kim Kardashian was tied up in the bathroom before the robbers left the scene. The traumatic experience has left the TV personality terrified, hence, she thought it was too much for Taylor Swift to reference the incident in her new song.

“Kim is furious that Taylor took it there,” a Hollywood Life source said. "What has gone on so far is one thing, but mocking her terrifying break-in is another. Almost being killed is not a joke."

The affiliate added that the "Shake It Off" artist was obviously lashing out the mother of two for disclosing her phone conversation with Kanye West which seemingly revealed the truth behind the lyrical drama of the rapper's "Famous" song.

“Kim is saying all the right things and purposely ignoring Taylor, but behind closed doors, she’s really upset,” the source said, adding that the socialite is expected to fire back at her enemy.