Love or hate her music—or her public picture, for that matter—but it surely’s changing into clear that Taylor Swift shouldn’t be one to be fucked with. There’s the symbolic lawsuit for $1 she lately gained in opposition to a radio DJ who claims she acquired him fired (she countered by claiming he groped her at a meet-and-greet, a declare supported by the court docket). After which there’s her profitable try and overshadow the trailer for the video for Katy Perry’s Taylor Swift diss observe “Swish Swish,” by releasing much more cryptic teasers of her personal. (To be truthful, releasing a trailer for a music video is fairly lame, so Perry and her publicist share the blame for that one.)
Anyway, these cryptic teasers mark Swift’s return to social media after a short absence that was equally breathlessly reported late final week. Yesterday, she posted a cryptic video of what might both be an amp wire or a snake, prompting rumors that an announcement could be forthcoming that afternoon which spun out into even crazier rumors that Taylor Swift’s new music would have one thing to do with yesterday’s whole photo voltaic eclipse.
Nicely, it didn’t. Swift continues to tease both her love of snakes, her true id as a member of the cabal of reptilian shapeshifters controlling the world, her continued bitterness in the direction of snake emoji-tweeter Kim Kardashian, or a brand new single and/or album about any of these issues. Earlier right now, Swift tweeted out one other, longer video of the wire/snake factor:
Selection quotes “a number of sources” saying that the teasers do certainly tease a brand new single, or possibly even a shock album drop, this Friday. That, rumor has it, will probably be adopted by a music video to debut throughout this Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, hosted by none aside from—watch for it—Katy Perry. Final Friday’s purge coincided with the three-year anniversary of the announcement of Swift’s 1989 album, which helps clarify why hypothesis on the cryptic teaser has been so intense. Not even a hardcore Taylor Swift fan can hearken to “Shake It Off” for 3 years straight and never get sick of it, apparently.
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