Taylor Swift still: Time to Go lyrics refer to quarrel with Karlie Kloss
Fans are convinced that diss track queen Taylor Swift is referring to her ongoing feud with former best friend Karlie Kloss in an evermore bonus track.
Fans are convinced that a bonus track from Taylor Swift’s surprise album Evermore contains a thinly veiled blow to former best friend, model Karlie Kloss.
Whispers that the couple were locked into a feud emerged a few years ago, after Swift, 31, was absent from Kloss’s two marriages to Joshua Kushner (younger brother of Ivanka Trump’s husband, Jared Kushner) – the first in 2018, then again in 2019.
The singer’s famous nemesis, Scooter Braun – who also happens to be Kloss’s manager – was pictured at the couple’s second wedding in Wyoming with a bigger party of their friends.
Braun and Kloss have also appeared on each other’s feeds while on vacation together – which fans say is part of the reason Kloss and Swift are no longer close.
Fans are now thinking of Swift’s runway Time to Go of recent album Always refers to her old friend with the lyrics, “When a sister’s words / come back in a low voice / prove that she was not, in fact, what she seemed.”
“Not a twin of your dreams / she was a con artist who got caught.”
Back in the days when they were close, the two towering blondes often remarked that they were like “twins”.
Swift and Kloss, 28, who is expecting a child with Kushner, have not been pictured together since August 2018, although Kloss has been a mainstay of Swift’s girl gang.
In 2014, after meeting at the Victoria’s Secret show the year before, the two were practically inseparable.
Now, Kloss and Braun appear to be friends, often appearing on each other’s Instagram pages.
Kloss and Swift’s resulting feud is just one layer of Scooter Braun’s messy saga.
In November of last year, it was revealed that Braun had sold the rights to Swift’s first six albums to an investment fund for $ 400 million.
It comes after Swift signed a deal with the Big Machine label in 2004, granting him ownership of the main recordings of his first six albums in exchange for a cash advance to launch his career.
Braun bought Big Machine in June 2019, and with it the rights to most of Swift’s work. Since then, the couple have been engaged in a major battle for control of the music.
During the clash, Swift accused Braun – who also runs Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Demi Lovato – of “relentless and manipulative bullying.”
Aside from her ongoing clash with Braun, it’s been a busy year for Swift, who released Always in December, following Folklore in August to the delight of loyal fans.
Meanwhile, Kloss comes under fire for condemning the Trump riots during yesterday’s coup at the Capitol, given his relationship with his brother-in-law Jared Kushner, the 39-year-old senior White House adviser and married to Ivanka Trump.
Originally published as Fans believe Taylor Swift’s new lyrics hint at her alleged feud with ex-best friend Karlie Kloss