Singer Joe Jonas's former girlfriend Camilla Belle took to Instagram on 18 July to make a comment which seemingly alludes to the bitter on-going feud between Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, over the rapper's song Famous from the album The Life Of Pablo. The couple have maintained that the lyrics of the song – where there is a reference to Swift – were approved by the Blank Space hit-maker, who has denied that she gave her consent.

"No need for revenge. Just sit back & wait. Those who hurt you will eventually screw up themselves & if you're lucky, God will let you watch," 29-year-old Belle posted on her Instagram account.

Belle and Swift, both dated Jonas and it has been alleged that the songstress's Better Than Revenge track is about the actress. According to The Mirror, Swift penned the song after Jonas, 26, dumped her for Belle in 2008.

"She's not a saint and she's not what you think. She's an actress. She's better known for the things that she does on the mattress," Swift had written.

Belle's comment comes after Kim leaked a series of videos on Snapchat featuring her husband on the phone with someone with a voice similar to that of Swift. The voice approves the controversial lyrics of the rapper's track.

"Go with whatever line you think is better. It's obviously very tongue in cheek either way. And I really appreciate you telling me about it, that's really nice!" Taylor allegedly can be heard saying in the recorded call.

#quoteoftheday #happymonday #felizsegunda

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"I really appreciate it, the heads up is so nice. Even asking or seeing if I would be okay with it and I really appreciate it. I would never expect you to tell me about a line in one of your songs."

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Belle's comment comes after Kim released a series of videos on Snapchat featuring her husband on the phone in conversation with someone who sounds similar to Taylor Swift REUTERS/Phil McCarten