Taylor Swift's 'Tortured Poets Department' Fans' 'Realization'

Fans thought Taylor Swift used her new album “The Tortured Poets Department” to make several references to her Friday affair with The 1975 vocalist Matty Healy.

Between breaking up with Joe Alwyn and starting her relationship with Travis Kelce last year, Swift dated Healy.

Healy attended several of Swift's Eras Tour gigs in May and was seen with her before the two split in June.

Some Swifties believed her new song “But Daddy, I Love Him” addressed fan anger over her dating problematic figures like Healy.

Swift responded to fans' criticism of her romance with Healy by singing, “I'd rather burn my whole life down, than listen to one more second of all this bitchin' and moanin’.....

.... I'll tell you something ‘bout my good name, it's mine alone to disgrace, I don't cater to all these vipers dressed in empaths

After hearing the song, @holy_schnitt remarked on X, “lmao.....

....taylor saw your think pieces about matty healy and wrote but daddy I love him.”

The April 12, 2024 Edition of Your Daily FinanceScope 

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