OMG Taylor's Back: Swift Resurfaces After Social Media Blackout

Peter Castro
August 23, 2017

The "Shake It Off" singer mysteriously cleared all her social media profiles recently but has returned to them now with a single video post, thrilling her Twitter and Instagram fans.

The "Style" singer shared a totally cryptic video of what appeared be a scaly, reptilian tail curling hypnotically against a black background.

Swift is known for using social media games to gin up anticipation for new projects. The singing diva sparked a frenzy online overnight with the mysterious clip, posted just days after turning her online footprint into a "blank space".

Is Taylor Swift gearing up for a comeback?

On Aug. 14, a federal jury found in favor of Swift after she charged David Mueller, who worked at a local radio station in Denver, with groped her during a meet-and-greet at one of her concerts in 2013, National Public Radio said. The singer broke the internet on August 21 when she posted a video of a snake on Instagram. But Swift seems to be giving out all kinds of clues that an album is, in fact, on the way, and her fans are convinced that they've figured out what it's called.

Is Taylor Swift reclaiming the snake? Swifties have been eagerly waiting for a new album to drop because this is now the longest since the pop star has gone without releasing new music.

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It has been almost three years since Taylor released her "1989" album back in October 2014.

Is Tay's first song going to be a Kanye West takedown?!

Also previous year, Taylor denied she knew that Kanye West had planned to name check her in his song, "Famous".

Further fanning the flames was a tweet by music video director Joseph Kahn, who helmed Taylor's "Bad Blood" video.

Swift, 27, had deleted her entire web presence on Saturday - Instagrams, tweets, Facebook page and official website - in what followers interpreted as the first step in a publicity campaign for a new album, her first since 2014's chart-topping, multi-platinum 1989. The temporary video appeared to show Swift verbally signing off to West's mention of her in the song, even saying his description of wanting to have sex with her was a "compliment".

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