Just when you thought that every piece of shade in Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" music video had been detected, the behind-the-scenes video drops and reveals even more!
In the vid, we meet all of the stunt doubles playing Taylor's former selves and hear about what went into the making of the vid.
While Tay, dressed as her Fearless era self, is fighting ring-leader Taylor, she screams: "Get out of my house!"
As Taylor is discussing the scene later on, she says: "I'm not sure where that came from, I have no experience with home invasions but you know, I just follow the muse."
Oh we know where it came from... the song's muse:
Taylor also shades the Paris invasion during the bathtub scene where she sits in a tub full of diamonds, just like how Kim was tied up in a bathtub and robbed of her diamonds.
During the scene, Taylor sings the lyrics "perfect crime" and she motions her fingers like a gun to allude to the armed robbers.
But that's not all!
During the video, Taylor's outspoken director Joseph Kahn wears a denim jacket with a snake embroidered on the back, which is an obvious dig at the snake moniker that Taylor earned after the whole Kimye #SnapchatGate incident.
Taylor has since reclaimed the snake logo as a promo symbol that she's been using to diss Kim.
Swifties have been flooding Kim's social media with snakes just to tick her off and it looks like Kahn is having a dig as well with his wardrobe choice.
Some of you might be thinking 'ugh, they're reading waaay too much into it!'
And to those people we say: Taylor Swift never does anything by accident. Everything is planned, pointed and calculated.
Check out the shade-filled vid below: