Taylor Swift recently returned to the charts with her comeback single Look What You Made Me Do, mocking Kim Kardashian West and dragging up her bitter feud with Kanye, but it seems she had more to say when she finally released her sixth album, Reputation. The song in question is titled "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" and the bars where the crooner appears to be subbing Yeezy come in verse two.
Also, she's performing on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
"I LOVE the album", he wrote.
Few details about the 2018 trek are known, although most expect the Reputation World Tour to be one of the high-grossest tours of the year, playing 27 markets (according to the map on her site), all home to National Football League teams (except Toronto and Columbus, Ohio).
She continued: "This is the first generation that will be able to look back on their entire life story documented in pictures on the internet, and together we will all discover the after-effects of that".
The letter concludes with a cryptic ending.
"There will be no further explanation".
According to Billboard, if the album continues to be purchased at this rate, Swift is on track to sell over 1 million copies in the first week of release. Her new album "Reputation" is out, she's been featured in countless publications, and there's a chance she could end up with the more sales than any other artist this year.
"There will be just reputation".