Taylor Swift released her anticipated seventh album, Lover, on Friday and fans wasted no time decode the meanings behind her candid layers.
The 29-year-old singer made a habit of discussing her feuds within her lyrics, and doesn’t stop back with her latest offering,
Where she appeared to blast Kanye West, hints that she thought about Joe Alwyn during dating Tom Hiddleston and discuss her mother’s cancer fight.
“Lover” features new 18 tracks, and fans were quick to step onto the first track in the album.
I forgot you existed, as they claimed it a dig at Kanye West, she embroiled in a 10-year feud with.
The VMA’s this Monday highlights the tenth anniversary their feud starts, when Kanye jumped on stage to interrupt Taylor’s video acceptance speech, claiming the gong must be awarded to Beyonce.
She points to be being on the negative end of public perception in a feud as she sings, ‘Lived in the shade you were throw-inn, Till all of my sunshine gone, gone, gone.’
Fans think her line ‘And I could not get away from ya, In my feelings more than Drake, so yeah, things to Kanye as he publicly feuded with the Nice For What rapper.
The singer makes her feeling plain as she continues, ‘But then something happened one magical night, I forgot you existed.’
Fans seem it was clear as they took to Twitter after the album’s release.
‘I forgot that you existed’ – Hello Kim and Kayne, how are you, honey, one of the fans hopping on the shade wagon.
Another one wrote, I forgot you existed was definitely about Kanye West.
Kanye protect the line, claiming he had a conversation with Taylor about the lyrics in question, and after the singer indict him of lying.