Is the "Famous" Kim Kardashian/Kanye West/Taylor Swift feud finally cooling down?

If the Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star's new interview in Wonderland magazine is any indication, maaaybe.

In the dreamy Petra Collins-photographed cover story, Kardashian opens up about the aftermath of her now infamous public feud with the 1989 pop star, in which she used Snapchat to expose the singer as seemingly lying about talking with West on the phone prior to him releasing his controversial Swift lyric-featuring song.

In an excerpt exclusively obtained by E! ahead of the issue's release, the reality star expresses that she wasn't trying to "shade" Swift by dragging her on Snapchat—she was simply trying to expose the truth.

"I never publicly talk bad about people. I still don't feel like I have. I'm being honest," Kardashian tells the magazine, adding that despite the drama, she remains a fan of Taylor Swift, the music artist.

"I'm a fan. I like her music," she says. "There was no shade."

A little social media digging proves Kardashian's status as a Swiftie to be true: In 2012, she passionately named "Last Song" as her favorite Taylor Swift tune.

Regardless of whether the shade was intentional or not, however, it seems some members of Swift's famed squad were not willing to let the Kimoji mogul's public takedown slide, with some even going so far as to contact her directly about it.

"Girls in her squad hit me up on text," Kardashian reveals, though she declined to name anyone specific, quipping, "I'm not petty."

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