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Taylor Swift Orders the Swiftie Army to Stand Down Ahead of ‘Speak Now’ Album Re-Release


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The internet went wild after the release of “Red (Taylor’s Version)” with some fans reportedly sending hateful messages to Jake Gyllenhaal. So, in preparation for the release of the Speak Now (Taylor Version) in July, Taylor Swift a message for the “keyboard warriors” who have their eyes locked on their next target.

During the Eras Tour, Swift talked about the kindness and positive energy of her fans throughout the US leg. She was aware of the friendships that were made during those magical nights and she expressed her desire for that to continue outside of her shows. She recommends to fans that once Speak Now (Taylor Version) They need to appreciate the songs and see it as their way to reclaim ownership of her music. She also told fans that she’s not worried about “what happened to her when she was 19 years old,” except that she released this album and there were people out there who enjoyed it.

Like her other albums, Say now He has songs allegedly directed at Swift’s ex-lovers. One of them was John Mayer, who many believe is the reference point in the song ‘Dear John.’ Since Speak Now (Taylor Version) announced, ex A dark star Taylor Lautner said he was referenced in the song ‘Back to December.’ In an interview with Todayhe claimed that “it’s safe” and that he really liked the album.

He also knows what will happen to Mayer when he falls and said he would be “praying” for her. In addition, the actor released a TikTok video just days after being notified Speak Now (Taylor Version)with the caption #PrayForJohn, knowing that fans would be after Mayer when the album drops.

Mayer has not commented since the album was announced. I hope Swift’s message to her fans that night puts the singer’s mind at ease for once Speak Now (Taylor Version) falls on July 7, 2023.

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