Taylor Swift Instagram Post Fuels Rumors of a Surprise Album Drop

Taylor Swift Instagram Post Fuels Rumors of a Surprise Album Drop

Taylor Swift Instagram Post Fuels Rumors of a Surprise Album Drop

Swift objected, but West said in a series of now-deleted tweets that she gave the line her blessing. There's no sound, but it appears to look like some sort of reptile tale, or a snake.

To recall, Swift's "1989" album sold 1.28 million copies within the week it was released, and eventually bagged the Album of the Year award in the Grammy's a year later.

After deleting all of her posts and photos on Twitter and Instagram throughout Friday and the weekend, Swift returned to social media on Monday at exactly 12 p.m. EST with a 10-second video.

Watch this space for updates. Without leaving a trace of evidence behind, her fans went wild trying to find an answer.

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Perhaps more significantly: August 18 is three years on the nose that Swift dropped "Shake It Off" and announced "1989" was on the way back in 2014.

As noted by BuzzFeed, some fans are starting to wonder if there's a connection between Taylor's "blackout" and the total solar eclipse that is taking place today, August 21. Will we even get new music? And Monday morning, she posted a vague video with no audio or explanation. "There's going to be a total eclipse across the entire continental United States in a few days for the first time in 99 years", the fan writes.

Of course Taylor Swift is yet to make any comments about her sudden social media disappearance. We'll just have to wait and see.

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