Karlie Kloss addresses status of friendship with Taylor Swift

Karlie Kloss is putting a swift end to rumors that her high-profile friendship with Taylor Swift is on the rocks.

The model shut down speculation Friday in a new interview with the New York Times, where she dismissed the gossip with a simple, "Don't believe everything you read."

The once-inseparable bond between the model, 25, and the "End Game" singer, 28, appeared on shaky grounds in September, when Kloss's name was left off a T-shirt Swift donned in her "Look What You Made Me Do" music video.

The shirt was emblazoned with all the names of Swift's famed squad members, including Martha Hunt, Gigi Hadid, Ed Sheeran and more — but Kloss's moniker was noticeably absent, sparking speculation she was not in good squad standing.

The rumor mill continued to churn in January, when Kloss shared a photo of herself from a basketball-themed photo shoot with the caption "Swish swish" - a seemingly blatant nod to Swift's noted rival Katy Perry, who has a song with the same title.

Kloss quickly changed the caption to "Nothing but net" — but she wreaked further havoc on the friendship one month later when she was spotted getting sushi with Perry in Los Angeles.

Perry, who once dated Swift's ex John Mayer, is famously thought to be the inspiration behind the singer's bitter anthem "Bad Blood."

The last reference to Swift on Kloss's Instagram page — which used to be littered with photos of the BFFs — came in December, when the singer turned 28.

"Happy happy birthday @taylorswift!" Kloss wrote alongside an old photo of the pair from 2015.

Despite Kloss's desire to gloss over her current friendship status with Swift, she was quick to heap glowing praise on another close pal: Serena Williams.

"Serena is one of the most extraordinary women on the planet," Kloss said. "She challenges the status quo in so many ways and I learn from her constantly."

The model has recently been pouring her energy into launching a coding camp aimed at young girls called Kode With Klossy.