Is Taylor Swift shading Kanye West with her Reputation album artwork? The "Bad Blood" singer is nothing if not symbolic. She's infamous for leaving clues in album liner notes, being superstitious about the number 13, and name-dropping famous celebs (cough John Mayer) in her music. So, who are we to say that she's not hinting at who some of her songs will be about with her album cover?
Kim Kardashian is already convinced that the singer is going to reference her on her newly-announced upcoming single scheduled to drop tonight. Is she just being a vapid narcissist (very possible)? Or is she onto something?
"One of the few people out there that is not very excited for Taylor Swift’s upcoming music is Kim Kardashian," a source revealed. "She feels that she will be attacked along with Kanye in a future song over their past differences and she doesn’t want to deal with the fallout of a Taylor Swift song and what that does to people."
It doesn't do anything good for people, we'll tell you that. But, the reality star might have a point. Fans have recently found similarities between Tay's album fonts with Kanye's Life of Pablo fonts. Check out the tweets below:
Is it a reference to Kanye's "The Life Of Pablo" tho pic.twitter.com/obOwsnVFnj— María Morales 🐍 (@mauriamorals) August 23, 2017
But, is the fandom reaching? Isn't it possible that Tay is just using a font close to that of the New York Times as a nod to her reputation in the media? Does everything have to be related back to Kimye? As we all know, Kanye did not make Taylor famous so why should we assume that this album has anything to do with him?