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Grab Yo' Popcorn: Who Taylor Swift's Album Throws SHADE At

12 November 2017

Her Twitter has also been overflowing with tweets and retweets about her new album, Reputation in a bid to promote her work.

Since then, the Internet has had its hands full trying to decode all the possible hidden subtext behind Taylor Swift's new songs, and "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" is no exception. To follow the song's metaphor, Hiddleston is the getaway auto driver who whisks Swift away from another man ("Well he was running after us / I was screaming 'Go go go!'").

"Rocking the coolest dark plaid pants and button-adorned heels, Swift first sat toward the front of the fishbowl, pointing out that she was basically on the set of her ".Ready for It?" music video, ready to break through the glass. The rest is pop culture history. On Reputation, the Taylor she's chosen to show us is one that's more confident than ever. She even chose not to host her annual Fourth of July bash in Rhode Island, much to the disappointment of the Swifties. Her adventurous sound is coupled with lyrics that are drunker and more sexual than ever - she even drops her first in-song swear with a "shit" in "I Did Something Bad".

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The verdict is in, and Taylor Swift's Reputation is a smash. The brief explanation is this: Kanye stormed the stage when Taylor won "Best Female Video" over Beyoncé. Less than a month after, Kim had released the Snapchat evidence that Swift had known about the line, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex" (she claims that she never knew about the "bitch" lyric).

This track seemed to address her feud with Kanye and Kim Kardashian.

'But you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand, and therein lies the issue, friends don't try to trick you, get you on the phone and mind twist you.' We hope that these two will be able to make peace sometime during this lifetime! Instead of an array of songs potentially referencing different ex-lovers, the majority of Reputation is dedicated to a single subject, whom Swift is still (as far as fans know) happily dating. After an explosive chorus, "This Is Why We Don't Have Nice Things" calls out Swift's brief reconciliation with West. He's also had some public falling-outs with many of his friends in recent years, most notably, Jay Z. It's basically like any Taylor Swift Pandora station, but there's a chance a song from reputation will appear.

Grab Yo' Popcorn: Who Taylor Swift's Album Throws SHADE At