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Taylor Swift is now a retailer of snake jewelry

March 24 2018, 08:04 | Perry Erickson

Taylor Swift is now a retailer of snake jewelry

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The teasers put fans on high alert, and the snake imagery evoked snake emojis used against her in various dis-fests previous year, including one with Kim Kardashian West after West claimed Swift knew about hubby Kanye's reference to Swift in his song "Famous".

First off, Taylor slams someone for their "titled stage" and the "All Day" hitmaker had one during his "Saint Pablo" tour in 2016. She never does. Though the internet determined that because of the "tilted stage" reference, she's talking about Kanye West - who used a tilted stage on his latest tour. "I don't like your flawless crime / How you laugh when you lie", she sings.

In the call, Kanye can be heard asking Swift for permission to use a line about her in his song Famous. She's also majorly glammed up and dressed in black, sporting a new hairdo, with a group of similarly clad male backup dancers. "Oh - cause she's dead". Listen to "Look What You Made Me Do" above.

"It's not news Taylor Swift and Kanye West dislike each other, but the timing of her new album release takes it to a whole new level", the outlet revealed to readers on August 25.

The real question is whether Swift can change any minds with her new narrative. Snakes seem to be Swift's new symbol: She posted several videos of a snake to her social media accounts ahead of announcing her new album, "Reputation".

Swift's new album, Reputation, comes out on November 10. Near the end, she also informed someone on the phone, "The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now".

The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Taylor Swift is no stranger at reinventing herself, doing so in the public eye, therefore altering her-wait for it-reputation. The new song, "Look What You Made Me Do", makes it clear that Swift is out for revenge. We're so shook, and so are her fans.

The team behind Swift's new album may well hoped that its assertive tone could reinstate the star at the centre of trendsetting pop.

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