Taylor Swift is a pop culture icon and a fantastic songwriter, but she's also very good at telling people off, either subtly or blatantly.Whether she's put their actual name in a song title or just hinted at something they did 15 years ago in a chorus, here are 30 people (and companies) who've found themselves outside of Taylor's good graces at some point or another.When you're old and gray, you'll be telling your great-grandchildren about Taylor Swift vs. It began in 2009 when Kanye interrupted Taylor at the VMAs, but that was only the opening move in a war that would ultimately be waged over several years.Though Kanye got in quite a few blows with help from his wife Kim Kardashian (see next slide), Taylor threw a couple of her own successful punches.First, in her 2016 Grammys speech, she referred to him as one of the "people along the way who try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame." Then in 2017, she released song "Famous." After Kim posted the Snapchat heard round the world, Kimye defenders started calling Taylor a snake and bombarding her Instagram with the snake emoji. Taylor's feud with Katy doesn't go back in time as far as the Kanye drama, but it's just as complicated.A year later, Taylor released the snake-filled "Look What You Made Me Do" video and now sells snake-themed merch on her website. It allegedly began with fighting over tour dancers, but escalated into a public saga that involved Twitter and This one likely has more to do with the fact that Harry is part of One Direction and less to do with Taylor not liking the group, but at the 2013 VMAs, Taylor was caught mouthing words that looked like "shut the fuck up" as 1D was speaking on stage.
While Justin, at the time an ex of Selena Gomez, was performing, Taylor was caught on camera sipping water and looking the other way.It contains zingers like "did I say something way too honest, made you run and hide like a scared little boy? Taylor's (perhaps unintentional) shade came at the end of the "LWYMMD" video, where she's wearing a t-shirt with her friends' names on it and Karlie's is conspicuously absent." and "thought I knew you for a minute, now I'm not so sure." , saying, "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Though most people seemed to understand that Tina and Amy were making a joke, Taylor's still the winner here because now everyone thinks feminism means you're never allowed to criticize another woman. Karlie has since said that the pair are still friends, so maybe the shirt was just a fluke.Hiddleswift was a shooting star of a celebrity relationship, streaking across the night sky of gossip and burning out just as soon as it got good.First, Taylor mocked Hiddleswift haters in the "LWYMMD" video by having her dancers wear imitations of Tom's notorious "I An oldie, yes, but it still counts: "Picture to Burn" is from Taylor's 2006 self-titled debut album, and is purportedly about her high-school relationship with Jordan Alford.