Kanye West reignites ugly feud with Taylor Swift in bizarre Twitter rant by posting pic of snake

KANYE West seemed to reunite his ugly feud with Taylor Swift in an odd Twitter rant by sharing a photo of a snake.

The rapper took to the social media platform once again to baffle his millions of fans and followers in a stream of thoughts that followed one after the other by first turning heads with a dig at the "Cardigan" singer.

Kanye tweeted a picture of a rattlesnake with the caption: "Not gonna use a snake emoji cause you know why … I'm not sure if Christians are allowed to use snake emojis."

The mega-stars' feud last heated up in 2016 when Kanye said he gave Taylor, 30, a heads up before releasing his song, Famous – a hit which included the lyric, "I made that b**ch famous."

However, Taylor did not agree, which led Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian, to defend her husband by using snake emojis to call the pop singer a "snake" after Taylor said did not expect the lyric.

Taylor would go on to use a robotic snake during her Reputation tour.

Seven years before this incident, Kanye interrupted Taylor at the MTV Video Music Awards as he stole the mic from her during her acceptance speech for Best Female Video acceptance speech.

Kanye wasn't not done with his Twitter tirade as he then posted a blurry photo of his eldest daughter North hanging off the side of a boat in a pink life jacket.

He wrote: "Hang 10 Northy," but that was just the beginning of things.

The hitmaker then proceeded to showcase his notes for an apparent "village" and "children's ranch," which focuses on "supporting mothers/families" and providing "therapy."

Aside from dreaming up his own "village," Kanye also used up a couple of tweets to share his thoughts on random emojis.

In one tweet, the Grammy winner, 43, says, "There’s so many lonely emojis man."

He then shared an emoji of a Queen's guard and wonders, "Why people don’t never use this? This emoji is a person too."

Amid his tirade, Kanye even posted a photo of his ranch including an alpaca and a donkey.

The rant comes after Kanye and Kim returned from the Dominican Republic after their "make or break" trip in hopes of saving their marriage.

An insider told People: "They decided to travel together so they can be away in private.

"Between the kids, work, and dealing with Kanye's bipolar episodes, it's been hard for her [Kim] to think clearly.

"She just wants to do what's best for the kids. And she thinks finding a way to save her marriage is what's best for them."

Kim, 39, and Kanye, who tied the knot in 2014, have had their martial issues under the spotlight since the hitmaker's first presidential rally in South Carolina which featured him bursting into tears as he claimed the couple considered abortion when she was pregnant with North.

After the now infamous rally, Kanye revealed that he's been trying to divorce the reality TV star for two years

The source added: "Kanye has made it clear that he will continue to run for president. Kim is not happy about it, but this isn't her focus."

While the couple now appear to be relaxing with their kids – North, 7, Saint, 4, Chicago, 2, and Psalm, 15 months – in Colorado after their Dominican Republic trip, it may not be enough to solve their issues.

A source told Us Weekly: "Their vacation definitely helped put things at ease for the time being, but the issues they were dealing with go deeper than that and unfortunately won’t just be solved with a trip."

It is also believed that the famous pair won't last pass Christmas.

A source exclusively told The Sun: "Kim thought that time away with the kids would remind him of his most important job – being their dad.

"She even offered to fully support a 2024 run for president if he got help and listened to the political consultants they hired.

"None of their friends can see the marriage lasting more than a couple of months if he ignores Kim and her requests and just goes ahead with what he wants, even if it upsets her.

"Nobody would be surprised, or blame her, if she quietly ended things by Christmas."

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