Taylor Swift Should Take Some Lessons in Proper Shade-Throwing From the Internet

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Late last night, Taylor Swift released her first single off her upcoming and highly anticipated album, Reputation. However, the single "Look What You Made Me Do" had many fans ... underwhelmed, to say the least. 

The Internet is speculating that this new song takes jabs at both Katy Perry and Kanye West, and we can't really say we disagree. The track is FULL of shade and revenge shots, such as "Maybe I got mine, but one day you'll get yours" and "I've got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined."

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Even the album release date, November 10, is thought to be intentional shade due to the fact that it is also the 10-year death anniversary of Kanye's mother. However, that sounds a little too malicious for Taylor.

But, no matter how dirty she decides to play, fans aren't really here for it. And we're pretty sure their level of shade-throwing is outdoing Taylor's. 

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