Taylor Swift donates to sexual assault charity

Taylor Swift is set to release her first new solo single in almost three years later this week

Late last night, Taylor posted a cryptic ten-second video of a snake's tail on all her social media accounts, with no caption. Expert Swifties were quick to get to work, attempting to unmask clues that might lead to the name of ... a new single, perhaps? Another fan added, "ITS A SNAKE SHE ISNT COMING TO PLAY SHES PLAYING EVERYONE WHO PLAYED HER BACK".

Following her victory, Swift pledged to donate some of her musical fortunes to victims of sexual assault, and now she's seemingly living up to her promise with a donation to the Joyful Heart Foundation.

Within less than two hours on Taylor Swift's Instagram, the second snake video managed to rack up more than two million views. One is that new music may drop the same day as the eclipse after the founder of Taylor's record label, Big Machine Label Group, posted an Instagram of a clock set to 2:50 p.m., reportedly the same time the eclipse will be most visible from NY.

Usually ubiquitous on social media and red carpets, Swift largely dropped out of public view earlier this year after a highly publicized but short-lived 2016 summer fling with British actor Tom Hiddleston, and feuds with Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Katy Perry.

Swift recently won a court battle against David Mueller, a radio DJ that was accused of groping Swift back in 2013 during a photo op before a concert. Castastrophe was obviously Taylor's character name in HER diss track, "Bad Blood". There's no reason to think that Swift somehow manipulated the court system so that her trial would take place just before her music release date - but it would be entirely within her abilities to schedule her music around her court date.

Swift's last album, 1984, was released in October 2014.

In it, West raps: "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous", in reference to the 2009 MTV Music Awards where he infamously interrupted her acceptance speech and claimed the award should've gone to someone else.

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