Taylor Swift samples iconic gay anthem on her new single

Taylor Swift samples iconic gay anthem on her new single

Darren Sullivan
August 26, 2017

The infamous Right Said Fred song "I'm Too Sexy" is sampled during the chorus of Taylor Swift's new single "Look What You Made Me Do" and now the group is reacting to it! It also appears to reference her feud with Kanye West.

A year ago their feud hit a new height when West's wife, Kim Kardashian West, released audio recordings that she said proved Swift gave West the go ahead for a Swift reference in the song "Famous".

This could be a reference to Swift feeling wronged after the Kimye debacle, but it's a little hard because she could also be talking about her public feud with Perry. "Why? Oh, because she's dead".

"Look What You Made Me Do" dropped to streaming services, as promised, late Thursday.

Swift criticised the rapper for using her name without permission, and she was applauded after making a Grammys speech that urged young women to take credit for their own achievements.

"Thanks to Taylor and her team for being absolutely wonderful".

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Swift's new album, Reputation, comes out on November 10. "The world goes on, another day another drama, drama/But not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma", she sings.

The news unsurprisingly thrilled her fans who took to social media to share their excitement about the new music.

The Washington Post interpreted the rhythm of the song as something that came from the beat of a 1991 hit song "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred. One of the most jarring parts of Taylor's lyric video is a phone call in which she says the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now because she's dead. News reported on Friday, Aug. 25, Swift is already planning ahead. Featuring lines such as "I don't like your little games, I don't like your tilted stage" and "I don't trust nobody and nobody trusts me", it was clear that Swift was addressing the issue that had resulted in a media frenzy and her year of silence.

Kanye has long referred to himself as "Yeezus", and themes of God and Heaven have been present throughout his music, music videos, and tours over the years.

Three days later, she posted a cryptic video of a snake's tail on all her pages, then added two more, revealing the rest of the snake, over the next two days.