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Taylor Swift's Social Media Purge Sparks Rumors of New Music

Taylor Swift's Social Media Purge Sparks Rumors of New Music

There's suddenly a lot of "Blank Space" on Taylor Swift's social media accounts, and it's freaking out the singer's followers.

Swift's profile photo is missing from her Twitter page, profile and Facebook and all the photos have been deleted from her Instagram account, though it is still active.

Coincidence? Possibly, or perhaps the musician is the latest victim of hacking. SPIN has reached out to Swift's representative for comment. As fans will recall, Swift steadily released new music every two years until 2016, when fans were left disappointed by the lack of music from Swift.

The MTV Video Music Awards air August 27 and serve as one of music's biggest promotional platforms.

Swift could be ready to drop a musical bomb on the world - or she could be trying to clear her head.

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"What if Taylor really did JUST get hacked, and now we all believe she has new music coming?" another use jumped in".

Unsurprisingly, her fans are speculating that this means an album drop can't be too far off.

"1989" sold a record 1.28 million copies during its first week of release in 2014, going on to win the Grammy for album of the year.

According to Popcrave, Swift's channel on Direct TV lists her having an apperance on "Good Morning America" on Saturday. Taylor Swift made a decision to countersue him for $1, as a symbolic gesture for fighting back against sexual harassment that women face everyday.

Assuming Swift's accounts weren't hacked, the most interesting part of the social media blackout is that all of Swift's pictures are also gone.


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