Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Musician Kanye West (L) and wife Kim Kardashian arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" in the Manhattan borough of New York, May 2, 2016. Reuters/Lucas Jackson

The Kim Kardashian-Taylor Swift online drama has garnered more attention when Kim K. uploaded a video of herself rapping the controversial lyrics in Kanye West's "Famous." The MILF$ mum posted the video in her Snapchat account.

"For all my Southside n----- that know me best- I feel like Taylor and I might still have sex, why? I made that b---- famous," Kim sang along with a friend in her Snapchat post. Many believed that the post was aimed directly at Taylor. The video was taken at a party in Las Vegas.

The all-star feud began when Kim uploaded Kanye and Taylor's phone conversation. Taylor then took action by posting her side of the story in her Instagram account. The pop artist claimed that she was unaware of the lyrics and that she disliked being called a "liar."

The feud grew when celebrities such as Selena Gomes and Chloe Grace Moretz defended the 26-year-old Nashville-born singer. Kim's sisters, Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian, then fought back with scathing tweets of their own. The rest of the Kardashian sisters even threw shade at Taylor through "Happy Snake Day posts." Katy Perry, Twitter's "Most Followed User" and Taylor's long-time rival, tweeted cryptic posts that allude to the trending celebrity spat.

Aside from the indirect backlash at the "Welcome to New York" songstress, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star also posed with Scottish musician Calvin Harris. Kim met Taylor's ex-lover at Jennifer Lopez's birthday bash at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. The reality star presented a birthday cake for the 47-year-old "The Boy Next Door" actress.

According to Us Weekly, Calvin has also posted a Snapchat video of himself rapping to a Kanye West song. On July 23, the electronica composer uploaded a video of himself singing "That Part" while waving a frying pan in the air.