Small Details You Missed In Taylor Swift’s New Video

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After spending months away from the spotlight, Taylor Swift broke back into the pop music scene in a big way once her first Reputation single “Look What You Made Me Do” dropped. Not only were the lyrics filled with discernable shade, but the subsequent music video has racked up a record-breaking number of views, as fans scour every shot for clues as to what she actually did. Swift packed a lot of Easter eggs into the snake’s den for this video, so let’s take a look at some of the sneakiest details that made it in…

The walking dead | 0:29
The value of a dollar | 1:22
Snakes everywhere | 2:26
Biting Beyonce? | 3:11
Waxing Shakespeare | 3:44
Blind for love | 4:44
Cultural commentary | 5:30
15 Taylors, 15 tracks | 6:18

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28 Comments

  1. Taylor:Ummmmmm This is All A Lie All of The Swift Fans Will Dislike Plzzzz Dont zay that thing to tay tay

  2. This music video is so demonic, So did you notice the mirrors in the beginning? witch craft. and did you she the temple thing she was in when she sat on the throne? Demonic. And the snakes? Satan when he deceived eve to eat the apple.Long story short I don't really like this video,I like the song Though! Like if you agree.(I bet i will get no likes :P)

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