The return of Taylor Swift from her three-year music hiatus has been nothing short of controversial. Her upcoming album, "Reputation" is expected to be full of songs related to her reputation - an effort to show to her fans her true colors and a clapback to all of her enemies which include Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Calvin Harris and David Mueller. The first song from the album, "Look what You Made Me Do," was already full of references to her enemies and has been breaking records since it was released. Amid all the ruckus that the said music video has been making, fans have noticed that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been quiet since it was released.

According to Perez Hilton, West and Kardashian remains unbothered by all the social media upheaval that Taylor Swift has brought in with her new single. While the 27-year old singer is trying to dig up the dirt once again, Kanye is busy mending things with Jay-Z.

An outdated rebuttal

Roughly a year ago, Kanye West and Taylor Swift had another feud when they had a disagreement over the former's song, "Famous." Each party had different stories, Swift saying that she didn't give her permission to be referred to as a "bitch" in "Famous," prompting Kim to release a recording of what seems to be a phone conversation between Taylor and Kanye.

In the said phone conversation, Taylor can be heard giving her approval to the lyrics, making her look like the villain in the narrative.

The rest, as they say, is history, and the feud between West and Swift reignited once again. Because of that incident, Swift was attacked by the fans online, with snake emojis flooding down her profile. In "Look What You Made Me Do" video, the "Wildest Dreams" singer has a lot of snake references - from her rings down to an actual snake serving her tea.

Fans took these as a direct clap back to all the people that have called her a snake.

The new Taylor is rude and cruel?

"Reputation" is all set to be released on November 10 and the fans of Kanye West are fuming with anger over that fact. Why? It's because November 10 is the death anniversary of Kanye's mother, and this year marks the 10th anniversary.

Fans of the "Famous" rapper believe that Swift's decision to release her album on November 10 wasn't just pure coincidence but in fact, a below the belt strike at Kanye West, who is known to have a soft spot for his mother. According to Teen Vogue, fans of Kanye have decided to make November 10 a "Hey Mama" day, where fans are called upon to repeatedly stream "Hey Mama" on November 10 in the hopes to outstream Taylor's "Reputation."