Taylor Swift posts video of a snake’s tail day after blacking out her social media accounts

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Taylor Swift has really been keeping it on the down low lately. We don’t see her on red carpets, and there was no sign of her July weekend annual parties with the Squad. What is going on?

A week after winning her $1 lawsuit against a former DJ who allegedly groped her, Taylor’s social media accounts were wiped out of any former history. Even her official website blacked out. Fans went into a tizzy, but they knew the pop-country music hybrid star was upto something. Is she releasing an album?

Taylor Swift has given fans another clue to her puzzle – posting a video of what appears to be a reptile’s tail. For those who love to gossip, last year Kim Kardashian West’s followers began trolling Taylor with the snake emoji. After Kardashian posted videos of Swift’s private conversation with husband Kanye West over his Famous video, there were trolls calling her all sorts of nasty names, including the infamous “snake”. Could Taylor be having the last laugh with her upcoming album?

Joseph Kahn, who previously directed Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood and Blank Space videos among others, retweeted Taylor’s Twitter post with a smile. Big Machine Records’ CEO, Scott Borchetta, who discovered Swift, previously said about the singer’s modus operandi, “You can absolutely expect more Taylor Swift music. But, you know what? One of the things we always do with Taylor is she is the broadcaster. When she is ready to tell her fans when she’s coming back, she will do it.”

Reports had earlier claimed that Swift is working “round the clock” in Nashville on her new album. A source told a leading tabloid, “She is really excited about her new music and can’t wait to share it with her fans.” Taylor Swift’s last album, 1989 was released in 2014. Since then, she has only had one single released with Zayn Malik, I Don’t Wanna Live Forever, that was part of the Fifty Shades Darker OST.



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