“I don’t really feel like saying much because the Taylor Swift fans love her and I’m all for that”, she said on a July 2016 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Leading up to the release of her new single, Swift repeatedly teased her imminent new video with a series of enigmatic social media posts of snakes. Then, as the camera pans upwards, Swift gives a gaze and smirk as the commercial cuts.
Then, Swift dropped the information that everyone had been waiting for: her new album will be coming out November 10 and it is entitled “reputation”, leading to rapid speculation.
She thinks the whole thing is “pathetic”, and wants West to retaliate against Swift. Her lyrics could be an answer to West’s single, “Famous”.
Many have also suggested the song is a dig at her enemies, including Kanye West and Katy Perry.
In the first part of the song, Swift sings “I don’t like your little games/Don’t like your tilted stage”.
So how did Swift and her long-time producer/friend and Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff get the go-ahead to sample the track?
Taylor Swift did not return Fox News’ request for comment. Most recently, Taylor Swift fans were delighted to find that her music was back on Spotify.
Look What You Made Me Do is most probably (100%) about that feud with the Swish Swish singer after their storied rivalry throughout the years.
Taylor Swift’s eagerly-anticipated video for comeback track “Look What You Made Me Do” is here, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.
The video is slated to premiere during the 2017 Video Music Awards on Sunday. Kim used the video to imply Taylor had not been telling the truth when she previously insisted she had no knowledge of the offensive line being used in the song.