Is Kanye West Being Targeted By Taylor Swift On Her New Album?

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Someone out in the world cunningly preyed on the eager hearts of Swifties on Thursday afternoon (just hours before the midnight release of the first single off of her forthcoming sixth studio album, "Reputation") by creating a website with a countdown.

U.S. musician Taylor Swift. If you remember the fallout from a year ago, you know Swift's reputation took a hit, because for many people, Kardashian's video was proof enough that she was the duplicitous "snake" they always imagined her to be. On the album cover, Swift is amidst black and white newspapers and is wearing a shirt that is shredded up as she holds a solemn stare.

After deleting all of the content from her social media accounts, which now have over 100 million followers, Swift posted several GIFs to promote her new album.

She followed up her video of an unidentified creature's tail to reveal, as fans had expected, the mystery reptile was a snake.

Speculation started this past weekend when Swift's entire social media presence - her Facebook, Instagram and Twitter - went blank, according to Reuters.

Theories have been circulating nonstop since Taylor Swift's social media accounts were purged and then restocked with mysterious snake videos.

Adam Barrett tweeted he "100% love (s) that Taylor Swift is embracing her snake persona".

She was awarded the symbolic $1 in damages that she had sought after a federal jury in Denver found the DJ had grabbed her bottom while posing for a photo with her in 2013.

Not much is known about Swift's new album. With the new album title Reputation, it's likely she will be using these new tracks to dish out even harsher vibes than ever before.

She vowed to assist other victims of sexual assault following the court judgment.

Named after the year of her birth, it became the fastest selling album in the United States in a decade.