Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West and Kim Kardashian aren’t going to entertain an overnight Taylor Swift feud at this Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards.

New reports claim KimYe are going ghost despite a sudden Swift feud developing.

It would have been pretty epic … Taylor showing off “Look What You Made Me Do” as she stares down the royal couple, but we’re told long before the single was released they decided the VMAs were not for them. They’re in town, but we’re told there’s no particular reason for them to trek to The Forum near LAX. (TMZ)

Some reports claim Kim has banned Swift fans from trolling her social media pages with snake emojis.

Kardashian has blocked snakemoji from appearing in comments on her page after “Swifties began reciprocating the action.” The snake emoji, notoriously, became quite an issue on the social platform following Kardashian’s “Famous” phone chat revelation last year. In a recent (pre-“Look What You Made Me Do”) Wired report on Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom’s quest to “clean up the internet,” it was revealed that the snakemoji vs. @taylorswift battle resulted in the first live test of what would later become the platform’s “hide inappropriate comments” feature. (Complex)

Additional reports claim the snake emoji drama stems from Kim K previously trying to troll the country music star.

Ever since Kardashian attempted to expose Swift last National Snake Day (July 17) for what many saw as being two-faced in a conversation between the pop star and her husband, Kanye West, the reality TV star’s fans have flooded Swift’s social media with snake emojis. The harassment were even enough was enough that it was used to help inform Instagram’s anti-bullying policies and software. (Billboard)

Some media outlets believe Taylor went directly at Kim’s husband with her newly released “Look What You Made Me Do” single.

“Look What You Made Me Do” dropped to streaming services, as promised, late Thursday. From the very first lines, it’s clear that Swift is in no mood to make nice. “I don’t like your little games/Don’t like your tilted stage,” she says, in what is most likely a reference to the innovative tilted stage that West showcased on his “Saint Pablo” world tour. (Page Six)