Kim Kardashian Ordered To Keep Peace With Taylor Swift: 'Their War Of Words Is Over'

The bad blood between Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian is over — for now!

RadarOnline.com learned exclusively the reality star has been told by Hollywood executives to play nice now that the pop star is part of the Universal family of artists.

“Since Taylor signed her new record deal, she is off limits to Kim,” a source spilled.

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“Their war of words is over.”

After more than 12 years with Big Machine Records, country cutie Swift signed with a new label, Universal Music Group, calling the move “thrilling” to be with her new “label family,” she said on Instagram Nov.19.

It wasn’t Kim’s choice to stand down from her ongoing social media showdown with the “Shake It Off” singer.

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“Universal owns E! so Kim has to be nice,” said the source. “She was told by the bigwigs.”

In what may be a subtle attempt at raising the white flag, Kardashian took to Snapchat recently, jamming out to Swift’s hit song “Delicate.”

Last week she told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live that she is “over it,” as she shook her head. “No [I haven’t had any communication with Taylor], I feel like we’ve all moved on.”

She also told Cohen she’d rather be stuck in an elevator with Swift than Drake, who’s currently beefing with her husband Kanye West.

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As Radar readers know, the infamous Hollywood feud between Swift and the A-list couple goes way back.

Swift slammed West, 40, for calling her a “b***h” in his “Famous” song and claiming he was the one who brought her into the spotlight. Kardashian then slammed her back, saying West asked her if he could say that in his song, and she agreed!

Swift kept mum about the catfight for a while before getting her revenge with hit song “Look What You Made Me Do” about Kardashian and West.

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