What, Exactly, Is Taylor Swift Up To?

Posted August 19, 2017

Taylor Swift, one of social media's most popular celebrities, appears to have wiped years of posts from her accounts.

They were left wondering whether her accounts had been hacked, whether she was reinventing herself or whether there was a new album on its way.

"All Taylor Swift's social medias are like this", read a Twitter message on one fan account, alongside images of the deleted avatars. Her old Tumblr posts are gone; her infamous Instagram is empty.

Also, just want to point out that August 18th, 2014 is the day she announced her 1989 album.

What, Exactly, Is Taylor Swift Up To?
What, Exactly, Is Taylor Swift Up To?

However, she recently came to the end of a sexual assault trial where she was awarded $1 (77p) after the jury found that DJ David Mueller did grope the American singer.

While another quipped: "TAYLOR SWIFT IS COMING SHE DID NOT COME TO PLAY THIS TIME TRY AND STOP YOUR FAVES FROM RELEASING NEW MUSIC". If Swift does indeed drop a single soon, look for her sixth studio album to be out later this fall if she follows the same record release schedule as she's stuck to in the past.

She deleted her profile photo from Twitter, too, but her tweets are still there.

Mueller had accused Swift of slandering him to his radio station, alleging her complaint led to his unfair dismissal. An insider also told Page Six that Swift is dropping new music this year and is set to go on tour in 2018. Taylor Swift made a decision to countersue him for $1, as a symbolic gesture for fighting back against sexual harassment that women face everyday. As fans know, Swift has been maintaining a low profile, and it seems she is using that opportunity to write songs.

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