Taylor Swift Wipes All Social Media Accounts

Lifestyle       by Eeshah Omer | Published

Lifestyle by Eeshah Omer | Published

Naturally, this coincides with the MTV VMA's on Sunday which Katy Perry will be hosting and performing at because the algorithm Taylor's agents ran said this is the best scenario for maximum exposure. In her previous albums she identified herself as the one who puts an end to male domination. Swift's snakes were the first live test case, according to the article, and the feature was publicly released in September 2016. The "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" hitmaker took to Instagram on Monday, August 21 to share a mysterious 10-second video just days after she after wiped them all blank.

Basically the internet went into meltdown, scrounging together as many clues to what Taylor could be up to, coming up with so many colourful theories including but not limited to albums linked to a masquerade, space and/or time.

The slippery answer to Taylor Swift's confounding reptilian post on Instagram isn't too far off, with a new single and music video expected out on Friday, Us Weekly reports.

"She's aiming to release an album this fall", a source said. Is it a coincidence Swift went black on August 18, 2017?

Now is the flawless time for Swift to capitalize on the public good will with a new single.

After disappearing from public for most of the past year, Swift resurfaced earlier this month to face the man who allegedly groped her and then sued her for defamation.

Swift came out of her trial looking fantastic. Didn't she just reportedly try to make up with Taylor?

"Imagining Swift's voice, another added: "'Hey it's taylor, taylor swift, i'm about to tell you the story of my life, more specifically why Kim's careers ended' #TS6ISCOMIMG".

The unusual footage - which has racked up 4,785,392 views so far - marks the first time the Shake It Off singer has shared anything with her 102million followers in months.

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