Taylor Swift appears to have more bars for Kanye West.

Swift's new album, reputation, dropped on Friday (Nov. 10) and another song on the project might be referencing their make up and subsequent fall out last year. The song in question is titled "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" and the bars where the crooner appears to be subbing Yeezy come in verse two.

"It was so nice being friends again/There I was, giving you a second chance/But then you stabbed in the back while shaking my hand/And therein lies the issue/Friends don't try to trick you/Get you on the phone and mind-twist you/And so I took an axe to a mended fence," she sings.

More lines appear to be referencing West's soiled relationship with JAY-Z. "But I'm not the only friend you've lost lately/If only you weren't so shady," she adds.

This isn't the only song where it sounds like she is referring to 'Ye. Back in August, a song from the album called "Look What You Made Me Do" dropped and Swift appears to be clapping back at West on there as well.

The pop star is still salty over the whole "Famous" situation, where she felt she was stabbed in the back by the rapper after forgiving him for the whole 2009 MTV Video Music Awards debacle. A woman scorned.

Swift's new album also features the Future and Ed Sheeran collab, "End Game."

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