Taylor Swift is not only making news because of her record breaking single “Look What You Made Me Do” but also of the ongoing media feud between her camp and Kanye West and wife Kim Kardashian. The latest jab came from Joseph Kahn, the director of Taylor’s new music video, who called Kanye and Kim “pro-Trump” in the past.

Kahn’s comment was made on Twitter after Newsweek tweeted Kim Kardashian’s statement saying her daughter would make a better president than Donald Trump.

Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” video director responded on Twitter by calling the couple "pro-Trump" in the past.

Kim Kardashian's criticism of President Donald Trump was made in an interview by Harper Bazaar Arabia. The reality star told the magazine, “Anyone can run the U.S. better. My daughter would be better.” She also said that the country is going backward.

During the 2016 US Presidential election campaign, however, Kim Kardashian said in an interview that she was still “on the fence” about who to vote for between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, so at that time she certainly was not so critical of Trump.

But she clarified her position later by endorsing Hillary Clinton. The reality actress said she stands with Hillary and that the former Secretary of State "is the most qualified for the job.”

She cited issues important to her like gun control and protecting women’s rights to safe and legal abortion as the reasons why she endorsed the former first lady.

Kanye fans' counter action

A group of Kanye West’s fans on Reddit and social media meanwhile are organizing an event intended to impact Taylor Swift’s release of her 6th album, “Reputation,” this coming November 10. The fans believe that the date of release was deliberately chosen by Taylor to take a jab at Kanye West.

November 10 is the death anniversary of Kanye’s mother Donda.

Taylor Swift’s camp, however, denied the allegation saying that there is no correlation between the two happenings.

Kanye’s fans are not backing down though and they intend to proceed with what they now called “Hey Mama” Day. They are planning to repeatedly play Kanye’s song “Hey Mama” on Spotify the same day Taylor’s album will be released to top any of Swift’s song during that day.

It seems that the battle of both camps is here to linger and probably will reach climax by November 10. So far, it appears like Swift is winning as her “Look What You Made Do” single is breaking records left and right.