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Taylor Swift is currently busy repopulating both her Instagram and Twitter profiles with short videos that come with absolutely no explanation, that makes them delightfully mysterious.
Neither of these posts were explained in any way by the singer or her team, and they didn’t come with any captions that might be helpful for the millions of fans who were immediately intrigued.
While plenty of people expressed their thoughts when Swift initially deleted her posts on both platforms, things started to become truly exciting when these reptilian clips were uploaded, and guess is this time running rampant.
She did gain a highest ten hit earlier this year with her Zayn collaboration “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” that peaked at No.
2, however other than that, fans have been patiently waiting for #TS6, her as-yet-unnamed and unannounced sixth album, that is Guessed to follow in the poppy footsteps of her blockbuster release 1989.
Taylor Swift resume Social Media Accounts with hidden Clip
Taylor Swift has returned — to social media, at least.
Three days after going dark on social media, the popstar reopened her accounts Monday morning, though the purpose remains murky thus far.
Swift shared a mysterious 10-second vidimus on her media accounts at eleven a.m. — her first post since her accounts were scrubbed on Friday.
The distorted, silent clip appears to depict a snake tail (though some media users also compared the image to a cat or dragon tail).
A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Aug 21, 2017 at 8:00am PDTA post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Aug 22, 2017 at 8:00am PDTA post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Aug 23, 2017 at 7:01am PDTThe strange clips come as guess swirls that Swift is preparing to release her sixth studio album and first full-length record since 2014’s huge 1989.
Swift return To Social Media With hidden Post
Never one to be overshadowed by the single greatest natural wonder in decades, Taylor Swift returned to media Monday by apparently reclaiming the symbol that appears whenever she takes an on-line test to set that emoji she is: a snake.
The “Shake It Off” singer went dark on media final week, deleting all posts from her Twitter and Instagram accounts, as well as removing all content from her formal website.
On Monday morning, Swift shared a short vidimus of a the slithering snake.
Joseph Kahn, who directed the bulk of the music videos for Swift’s “1989” era, fueled guess that something was coming, retweeting the post with a smiley face caption.
Swift’s mentions were flooded with snake emojis after a series of scandals painted her in a not-so-flattering light.