Karlie Kloss Edits Her Instagram Post After Being Accused of Shading Taylor Swift

The model received backlash from Swifties over the supposed Katy Perry reference.

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We were hoping that 2018 would finally see the end of the Katy Perry and Taylor Swift feud but alas, some Tay Tay fans will not let it go quietly into the night.

Karlie Kloss received a backlash on social media this week when she posted a clip of herself showing off her basketball skills for Love magazine, and captioned it "Swish Swish" on her Instagram page.

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"Swish swish 🏀❤️ Love Advent '17 thank you @thelovemagazine @kegrand @philpoynter," the model originally posted.

This prompted a surge of Swifties to immediately accuse Karlie of referencing Katy Perry's song 'Swish Swish' to take a dig at Taylor, despite the pair being the best of friends for years.

Forget the fact that people have been making references to swishing basketballs long before Katy's song did...

One fan even commented: "I'm sorry, Kaylor can't come to the phone rn. Why? Oh. 'Cause they're dead."

But now Karlie appears to have changed the "Swish Swish" to "Nothing but net 🏀❤️ Love."

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It had been previously speculated that the pair may have fallen out when Karlie's name appeared to be omitted from Taylor's t-shirt signed by her closest friends in her 'Look What You Made Me Do' video.

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But Karlie shared a selfie with Taylor to celebrate the singer's 28th birthday last month, so let's all move along, because there's obviously nothing to see here.

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Besides - following rumours that - let's hope Katy and Taylor will be BFFs again before we know it.

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