Taylor Swift's music video goes viral

  • Taylor Swift's music video goes viral

Taylor Swift's music video goes viral

Of course, zombie Taylor is kinda terrifying, and Brooklyn herself looks nothing like a zombie, but with a few hours in the makeup chair, we think she's got the ideal Halloween costume.

The music video seems to be a not-so-subtle reference to when Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint by masked men in October 2016.

There are references to her recent court case, her writing pseudonym she used on her Calvin Harris song, and the "I Heart T Swift" tanktop she forced Tom Fiddlesticks into.

Whether you're a Taylor Swift fan or not, pure curiosity has probably gotten the best of you by now.

There should be no doubt Taylor Swift is coming for some scalps, given the fact she's releasing her new album on the ten year anniversary of Kanye West's mother dying.

Still, "Kim and Kanye don't care about Taylor's new music", the source says. "Look What You Made Me Do" averaged 30,000 views every minute in its first 24 hours, exceeding more than 3 million views each hour, according to YouTube.

After the 27-year-old announced the release date of her sixth studio album, 'Reputation, ' the social media were quick to point out the coincidence. But she's flipped the narrative with this video.

And now Tay Tay is dominating once more as the video to the single premiered at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards. "They find it pathetic that she still tries to keep an old feud going".

One of her fans tweeted in response, "Why so salty and petty all the damn time, quit playing the victim game and go back to making good music".

Beyonce's fans have criticised Taylor Swift, claiming she ripped off the singer's style in her new video.

Everyone knew something was up when she blacked out all her social media on August 18. "Oh, because she's dead", perhaps referencing the leaked calls that Kanye's wife Kim revealed.

The short movie ends with a number of versions of Swift confronting each other, as she appears to hit out at the public's perception of her.