TAYLOR SWIFT has found a way to deal with the abusive comments that she has received on social media in the wake of her public feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian WestInstagram has reportedly provided the Shake It Off  singer with a tool that allows her to automatically delete negative messages (although it is not a tool solely designed for Swift) - without them having to be individually removed - reports The Times, meaning that they disappear from her account almost immediately. 

The photo-sharing social-media site, which is owned by Facebook, said that they are currently testing the tool on a number of high-volume accounts. 

"We're always looking for ways to help people have a positive experience with comments on Instagram," a statement read. "We're currently focused on providing tools to improve accounts with the most high-volume comment threads, and we will use our learnings to continue to improve the comment experience on Instagram."

Swift, who is the second most-followed person on Instagram (after close friend and fellow singer Selena Gomez), has been involved in a recent dispute with West regarding his song, Famous, in which he refers to her as a "bitch". Though Kardashian West quickly defended her husband - releasing a video of the rapper asking for Swift's permission - the singer has repeatedly denied that he told her exactly what the lyrics would be.  The reality-TV star then tweeted a series of snake emojis - which was taken to allude to Swift - and since then Swift has been bombarded with similar comments and abusive messages on her own posts. 

Meanwhile, Tom Hiddleston has spoken out about the intense media attention that his new relationship with the songstress has attracted, since they were photographed kissing on a beach in Rhode Island last month. 

"It comes down to being authentic," the  Night Manager actor told  People this weekend. "Everything you do you have to make sure you truly believe in it and, as long as you know that, it doesn't matter what anyone else says about it because the nature of being a public figure is that everyone will have an opinion about anything you do."

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