Just days after purging her social media, Taylor Swift is preparing her big musical comeback.
Taylor Swift's "Reputation" album already has a release date, and her new single is expected to drop tomorrow (late tonight, really).
Fans may be rejoicing, but reports say that this news has one person quaking in her heels. Kim Kardashian is right to be afraid. ...
Last year, Taylor Swift's omnipresence in all media for about two years had left her vulnerable, because fans are fickle and overexposure makes some weak-minded people grow tired of people they'd otherwise admire.
Calvin Harris and Taylor broke up, followed by Calvin having a mini-tantrum on Twitter in which he ranted against Taylor, as if she'd wanted to destroy him.
It was then, when Taylor was at her lowest point in years, that Kim Kardashian struck, leaking carefully selected snippets of a shadily recorded phone call between Taylor and Kanye that made it appear that Taylor had lied about her knowledge of Kanye's planned lyrics.
People who sided with Kim and people who just wanted to see Taylor Swift crash and burn immediately started calling Taylor a "snake," since dishonesty is associated with limbless reptiles in Western culture.
Taylor basically went silent. She used to attend every show, get every interview. Suddenly, she was playing it shy.
She released a single with Zayn Malik last December, but the title, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever," was so unrelatable that I sure didn't listen to it.
For a time, it seemed that Kim Kardashian and Taylor's other jealous detractors had won.
We have to say that we love that Taylor Swift's reaction to all of this was basically modeled after one of our childhood Disney role models: Jafar from Aladdin.
You know, the bit where Aladdin calls Jafar a snake and Jafar responds: "A snake am I? Perhaps you'd like to see how snakelike I can be?" And then transforms himself into a giant snake.
Because after hordes of disloyal fans called Taylor Swift a "snake," mostly in emoji form, Taylor Swift teased her new album with snake videos.
Sometimes the best thing to do with a vicious and unwarranted attack on your character is to turn it right back against your critics.
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So, we know when Taylor Swift's music is coming out.
Her single drops late tonight, and her album comes out November 10th.
And Kim Kardashian is petrified that Taylor Swift will diss Kanye on that album, HollywoodLife reports.
According to their insider, it's a major concern:
"One of the few people out there that is not very excited for Taylor Swift’s upcoming music is Kim Kardashian."
"She feels that she will be attacked along with Kanye in a future song over their past differences and she doesn’t want to deal with the fallout of a Taylor Swift song and what that does to people."
We love the "past differences" line. Kim Kardashian orchestrated Taylor's downfall last year.
And Taylor has every right to sing about the man who called her a "bitch" in his lyrics while talking about how he could have banged her if he'd wished.
She has even more right to sing about the woman who waged a public image war against her and forced her out of the spotlight for over a year.
Kim might be regretting that, right about now.
"She doesn’t want to be the focus of anything Taylor related, she hopes that her and Kanye dodge a bullet and Taylor ends up talking about others instead."
Yeah. Good luck with that.
Well, maybe Taylor will have some choice words about Calvin Harris, but ... that's not going to fill a whole album.
Taylor sings about all sorts of things and may even include songs about her current boyfriend, Joe Alwyn.
But, let's be honest: it's hard to imagine her releasing this album without discussing three particular targets:
-Kim Kardashian, the mastermind behind her temporary fall from grace
-Kanye West, who was central to that situation
-the people who turned on Taylor, who betrayed her -- both disloyal fans and squadmates who suddenly didn't find being Taylor's friend convenient anymore
And let's not forget that Kanye's public image isn't anything close to what it used to be.
You don't get to say that you didn't vote and then follow that up with an announcement that you would have voted for Trump and have anyone respect you ever again.
Kanye's "antics" stopped being funny a long, long time ago.
It doesn't help that Kanye got basically steamrolled by Jay-Z's diss track.
Kim and Kanye will probably be able to weather this storm, because they're rich.
Taylor weathered her own storm, and now it's Kim's turn.
We can't wait until her single drops, late tonight.
We also can't wait until Taylor's album, "Reputation," drops this November.
It's time again for Taylor Swift to give this wretched world the queen it deserves.