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Khloe Kardashian Works Out To Song By Kim & Kanye’s Enemy Taylor Swift

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Jun. 2 2018, Published 5:32 p.m. ET

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Khloe Kardashian has been posting workout clips since she gave birth to her daughter True on her social media. Her most recent fitness-based post, however, might be shading one of her family members, as she was listening to a song by Taylor Swift… who happens to be her sister Kim’s nemesis! 

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The Good American founder has been posting workout clips over the past month, including her breaking a sweat with her friend Rich Youngin. She was even spotted taking her newborn out for a stroll. 

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Her latest upload, however, found the mommy-of-one struggling to workout and asking her followers for advice on Snapchat.

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What was playing in the background? Taylor Swift’s song “Delicate”, which is off her award-winning album Reputation. This made fans speculate that Khloe was retaliating against her brother-in-law, who made a reference to her cheating baby daddy Tristan Thompson on his latest album, Ye

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“All these thots on Christian Mingle / That’s what almost got Tristan single / If you don’t ball like him or Kobe / Guarantee that b***h gon’ leave you,” he rapped on one of the songs.

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The feud between Kimye and Swift seems to be far from over. The “Blank Space” singer called Kim out at a stop on her Reputation tour recently, saying that the media mogul bullied her on social media. So what was Khloe’s purpose in pressing play on Tay for the workout video?

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Do you think Khloe was shading Kimye? Sound off in the comments. 

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