Taylor, 29, announced via Instagram on November 19, 2018, that she got signed by Universal Music Group after more than 12 years with Big Machine Records.
“Since Taylor signed her new record deal, she is off limits to Kim,” a source exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com.
The source added, “Universal owns E! so Kim has to be nice. She was told by the bigwigs.”
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Thus far, Kim, 38, has played nice with her former enemy. The KUWTK star revealed on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on January 14 that she hasn’t had any communication with the singer but, “I feel like we’ve all moved on.” The following week Kim posted a video on Snapchat of herself jamming out to Taylor’s song “Delicate.”
As OK! readers remember, Kim and Taylor's feud started way back in 2016 when Kanye released his song "Famous." In the song, he sang the lyrics, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/ Why? I made that b***h famous." Taylor claimed that she never gave permission to use her name, but Kim shared some footage of Kanye getting approval.
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