It's been quite a year for Swift, between her public break-up with long time boyfriend Calvin Harris, a high-profile court case and what seems to be like a never ending feud with the Kardasian-West family.
It contained lyrics suggesting that Kanye West was responsible for making Taylor Swift a successful pop star. Also, the way she says "Look what you made me do" sounds a LOT like the way white girls sing along to Nicki Minaj (I would know) which is maybe fine for driving around in your auto, but it is teetering on offensive here.
Before even releasing the track, the songwriter wiped all her social media accounts clean and posted mysterious clips of a snake each day leading up to the release of the single. "Oh.Cause she's dead." Swift is shedding her fairy-tale image and firing back at the haters.
Taylor Swift, paragon of #squadgoals and refusing to say #blacklivesmatter while co-opting black American culture for the sake of album sales, is charting a straight path towards becoming a full-blown parody of herself. "Fred and I have always been of the view that it's the song that is the most important thing and musicians should always stick together because if we start to get a bit angry with each other that's when it gets a bit depressing".
Judge gunman is dad of Steubenville player convicted of rape
The state governor has been updated on the situation and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is leading the investigation. Steubenville City Manager James Mavromatis tells our NBC affiliate WTOV that Bruzzese was talking after being wounded.
"Reputation" is the first album to be released by the "Blank Space" hitmaker since 2014's phenomenally successful hit "1989".
Swift announced that Reputation, her sixth studio album, will drop on November 10 and its first single will be unveiled on Friday.
Following this trend, she has included shirts with the imprint of "Look What You Made Me Do", the first single released out of her newest album.
Thrilled, the British band took to Twitter to express their thanks for Swift's "marvelous reinvention". The basic idea is, as the peppy voiceover declares, to "beat the bots" to the business of buying the best seats, an ongoing frustration for fans of Swift and/or anyone else who routinely sells out shows.
All Blacks humble Wallabies again
The All Blacks continued their domination of the Wallabies and have lost only three of their last 30 encounters. But a staggering six tries in the opening half have seen Kieran Read's side totally dominate the home side.