Will Taylor Swift release another diss track? Swifties demand 'Reputation 2.0' amid shocking pedophilia claims

The Internet was abuzz with the possibility of the 31-year-old songstress dropping a diss track like she did in 2017 with ‘Reputation’ where she took potshots at former lovers and Kanye West


                            Will Taylor Swift release another diss track? Swifties demand 'Reputation 2.0' amid shocking pedophilia claims
Taylor Swift had earlier taken potshots at her former lovers and Kanye West in her 2017 hit album 'Reputation' (Getty Images)

Global pop star Taylor Swift had released her highly-criticized album ‘Reputation’ in November 2017 and it looks like fans are ready for the album sequel after the ‘Love Story’ hitmaker was trending on Twitter over shocking pedophilia claims.

The Internet was abuzz with the possibility of the 31-year-old songstress dropping a diss track as she did in 2017 with her sixth album ‘Reputation’ where she indirectly dissed her former lovers and Kanye West over their VMAs beef. That had caused quite a storm on social media back in the day.

‘Miss Americana’ was trending on social media with the hashtag #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty as social media users started digging her past with screenshots especially when she dated the likes of Taylor Lautner and Connor Kennedy, who were younger than the pop queen when they were rumoured to be dating her.
 
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Will Taylor Swift drop a diss track?

A gossip page on Twitter shared a video of a Taylor Swift doppelganger where a young lady can be seen spitting some real bars and taking potshots at haters. The video also led loyal fans to slam the singer’s haters over alleged pedophilia claims as they demanded ‘Reputation 2.0’ with an intention to teach them a lesson.

Swift’s songs from her album ‘Reputation’ like ‘Ready For It?’, ‘End Game’, ‘I Did Something Bad’, ‘Don’t Blame Me’, ‘Look What You Made Me Do’, ‘Getaway Car’ and a few others are infamous for taking a dig at her former boyfriends.

In the song ‘Ready For It?’, Swift apparently took shots at her exes. The lyrics on the track go, “Younger than my exes, but he act like such a man, so I see nothing better, I keep him forever” while in ‘End Game’, it is believed that she took a dig at her long-running beef with Kanye West. The lyrics go, “We tried to forget it, but we just couldn’t, and I bury hatchets, but I keep maps of where I put ’em… and I can’t let you go, your hand prints on my soul.”

Talyor Swift performs onstage during iHeartRadio's Z100 Jingle Ball 2019 at Madison Square Garden on December 13, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)

The song ‘This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things’ proved why Swift won’t shy away from dissing the person she hates. In the track, she croons, “It was so nice being friends again, there I was, giving you a second chance, but then you stabbed my back while shaking my hand, and therein lies the issue.” 



 

 

Swifties defend Taylor, crave 'Reputation 2.0’

Swifties, like always, came out in defense of the singer and declared to haters to feel free to cancel Taylor Swift as it will probably lead to ‘Reputation 2.0’. Speaking on the same lines, one stated, “Pls cancel taylor swift i’m literally craving reputation 2.0.” A user posted, “They really tried to cancel Ms Grande with edited pictures and misspelled tattoos but Ms Swiffer got Braids, Posing with swastika’s, Grooming plus sl*t shamming and homophobic lyrics. #TaylorSwiftIsOverParty”

The next one shared, “Y’all really been repeating the history that was happened back in 2016 and for what? I bet y’all are craving for reputation 2.0, b**ch stfu and respect Taylor Swift #TaylorSwiftisLovedParty #respecttaylorswift #TaylorSwift” One added, “Keep spreading hate tweets y’all, i need my reputation era pt.2 ! f**k taylor swift purrrr.”

One fan shared, “I mean if y’all wanna cancel Taylor swift and give me Reputation 2.0 then let’s do it.” another added, “Taylor Swift reputation pt 2 aimed at annoying twitter tweens coming in 2022 omg.” One user tweeted, “Making it clear i am not a taylor swift hater i’m just tired of her white feminism and would very much like a reputation 2.0.”

A fan concluded, “#TaylorSwift #TaylorsVersion because @taylorswift13 is the f*king music industry no matter what the haters say, i will stan this woman forever...anyways cancel her if u want bc i'll be really excited to hear reputation vol.2 ps. I love this pic bye bye.” 

Taylor Swift accepts the Woman of the Decade award onstage during Billboard Women In Music 2019, presented by YouTube Music, on December 12, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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