Barstool's Dave Portnoy Sends Unfiltered Message to Kim Kardashian Amid Taylor Swift Diss Track

Dave Portnoy; Kim Kardashian; Taylor Swift

Dave Portnoy appeared to take sides in the years-long feud between Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian.

The Barstool founder made it glaringly obvious where his loyalties lie in a recent social media photo, in which he seemed to double-down on Swift's new diss track widely believed to be about Kardashian.

As part of her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, Swift released a song titled, "thanK you aIMee," and it didn't take fans long to notice that the capitalized letters spelled out the reality star's name.

While Kardashian, 43, has yet to address the song herself, Portnoy decided to chime in on the situation this week—and he even had T-shirts made about it.

As seen in an Instagram Story shared to his account on Friday, April 26, Portnoy modeled a shirt that read "thanK you aIMee," with the letters of Kardashian's name highlighted in bright green ink.

He made his message even more pointed by sticking up both middle fingers in the photo while going as far as to tag Kardashian's Instagram handle in the post.

Portnoy also included the link to purchase the T-shirt from the Barstool Store, where it is available as a tee and a sweatshirt.

"Dave has always been the biggest taywarrior," one fan pointed out on X (formerly Twitter) after seeing the post.

"I'm ordering this s--- right now!!! SAY IT WITH YOUR CHEST OUT DAVE!!!!!" another person tweeted.

Fans have been pretty sure Swift is referring to Kardashian in the lyrics to "thanK you aIMee," in which she sings, "All that time you were throwin' punches, I was buildin' somethin'/And I can't forgive the way you made me feel/Screamed "F—k you, Aimee" to the night sky, as the blood was gushin'/But I can't forget the way you made me heal."

After Portnoy's post on Friday, users online couldn't help but call him "messy" for the bold post, while another person dubbed him a "fearless stirrer of the s--- pot."

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