Swift returned to social media Monday by apparently reclaiming the symbol that appears whenever she takes an online test to determine which emoji she is: "a snake", The Huffington Post reports.
Is Taylor Swift reclaiming the snake?
It's been widely reported that Swift has been working on a new album for months.
Following her victory, Swift pledged to donate some of her musical fortunes to victims of sexual assault, and now she's seemingly living up to her promise with a donation to the Joyful Heart Foundation.
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Another theory that's been taking the Internet by storm is one that suggests her new album will be called "Eclipse".
"Taylor is overwhelmed with excitement about her new single and music video for the track to both be dropping on the same day, which is now planned for this Friday, the 25th", a source revealed to Hollywood Life on August 21.
Kardashian also urged her Twitter followers to check out her Snapchat story, where she'd posted a video recording of West on the phone with Swift. We've had our differences but I just continue to say, 'God bless her on her journey.'.
Swift's latest antics strongly suggest that she is about to release an album very soon. Comments beside the video have been turned off on Swift's Instagram but that has not stopped fans from running wild on Twitter with theories about the mystery snake.
Further fanning the flames was a tweet by music video director Joseph Kahn, who helmed Taylor's "Bad Blood" video. She also claims she "cautioned" the rapper for releasing a song with a "misogynistic message". There's some speculation that she's reclaiming the snake idea from her haters.and from Kim Kardashian.