Did Taylor Swift simply throw some shade towards ex John Mayer with the announcement of her upcoming music video for “Lavender Haze”? The jury’s out for now, however followers actually have some theories.
Swift introduced the discharge date — midnight tonight — for her “Lavender Haze” music video at 8:05AM Thursday morning (Jan. 26).
As followers have identified on social media, Swift’s tweet was despatched simply quarter-hour after her ex, Mayer, introduced his tour dates at 7:50AM.
Naturally, many followers consider the timing wasn’t simply coincidental.
“John mayer announcement on january twenty sixth?? no. taylor swift lavender haze mv announcement,” one fan tweeted.
“No WAY did Taylor Swift simply announce the Lavender Haze vid after John Mayer dropped his tour announcement,” another wrote.
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Swift and Mayer briefly dated from 2009 to 2010. On the time, Swift was 19 and Mayer was 32.
After their breakup, Swift launched a music known as “Pricey John” off her 2010 album, Converse Now.
In 2021, Mayer advised Rolling Stone that he was “actually humiliated” by “Pricey John” and expressed his resentment for the music. When requested about Mayer’s feedback later that very same yr, Swift merely replied, “How presumptuous!”
Swift allegedly addresses her relationship with Mayer on her Midnights album reduce “Would’ve, Might’ve, Ought to’ve.”
The music is observe quantity 19 on the album — the identical age the pop star was when she dated Mayer.
“And I rattling certain would’ve by no means danced with the satan / At 19, and the God’s sincere fact is that the ache was heaven / And now that I am grown, I am petrified of ghosts,” Swift sings on the breakup observe.