The DJ sued Taylor Swift for wrongful termination, but the case was thrown out. But as of Friday morning, some recent tweets remained. Unlike on Instagram, her posts on Facebook are apparently remaining live. Suddenly, all those 4th of July pictures are just GONE, and dear god, someone better have taken screenshots because I'm going to want to see those again.
Rumors are swirling that Swift will make an announcement about her sixth studio album, as today also marks the anniversary that she released "Shake It Off" and announced "1989".
Facebook is also missing a lot of stuff.
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Now, let's give our girl Tay some due respect.
Let's face it: Aside from a lawsuit and some Katy Perry-related gossip, there weren't too many headlines about Taylor Swift in 2017. Could she be replacing her profile pictures with imagery from an upcoming album? Supposedly, it is coming soon. Swift's last project, 1989, was released in October 2014. "Sagan is a personal hero of Finman's and he says he wanted to do something akin to the Golden Record to remind us about this time in world history", Tech Crunch revealed to readers on August 17.
A new era is upon us.
They were left wondering whether her accounts had been hacked, whether she was reinventing herself or whether there was a new album on its way.