Taylor Swift, best known for catchy pop music, troublesome #SquadGoals, and bomb-ass red lipstick, is up to something. The pop star with a net worth of $280 million deleted every trace of her presence on various social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
But this purge also has them excited — Swift is known for changing up her style and approach with every album and it’s been about 3 years since she released 1989, her fifth studio album. Could this social media sweep be a hint about an upcoming project?
Before the mass deletion, the singer had been wrapped up in a lawsuit with a radio DJ, David Mueller, who she claimed groped her during a concert meet-and-greet in June 2013. Everything wrapped up rather nicely in favor of Swift when Mueller lost for a symbolic $1. Swift promised to donate money to foundations that provide support for survivors of sexual assault.
But Swift’s sudden disappearance from social media doesn’t seem to have a connection to the lawsuit. If anything, fans are hoping to hear some new music very soon.
On a possibly related note, the VMAs are on August 27 at 5 p.m. Eastern on MTV.
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