• Swifties have been decoding her latest album
  • Her ex Matty Healy has responded to critics
  • THIS is what he thinks

Swifties are buzzing with speculation that several tracks are thinly-veiled jabs at Healy, following their rumored summer fling. From ghosting accusations to "fatal fantasies," we dive into the drama, Healy's reaction, and the duo's musical rendezvous that's got everyone talking!

Matty is unfazed

Taylor Swift, the queen of cryptic lyrics, has dropped her new album, and the fans are on a detective spree! They're convinced that "The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived" and other tracks are about none other than Matty Healy. The songs hint at ghosting, lost summers, and fleeting romances. Did Swift just put their rumored relationship under the lyrical microscope?

Caught off-guard by a photographer in LA, Healy was quizzed about his "diss track" rating. His response? A mix of confusion and amusement, "My diss track?" Eventually, Healy admitted he hadn't tuned into much of Swift's album but bet on its quality. Classic Healy charm!

Rumors swirled around Swift and Healy during the summer of 2023, painting pictures of a casual yet captivating romance. Despite their musical collaborations and public appearances, sources close to the duo labeled their connection as "always casual." But did Swift's album just reveal a deeper layer of unspoken feelings and unresolved drama?

In the first song on the album, Fortnight, she sings: "And I love you, it's ruining my life, I touched you for only a fortnight."

It's widely assumed he's also the subject of the track Guilty As Sin, where she sings about having "fatal fantasies" about someone from her past while in a relationship.

In a video circulating online, Healy was approached by a reported photographer in Los Angeles and asked how he rates his "Taylor diss track" and how he thought it compared to the other songs on the 31-track double album.

Healy, looking confused, responded: "My diss track?"

The photographer reiterated: "Yeah, Taylor's new song?"

"Oh!" Healy laughed, adding: "I haven't really listened to that much of it, but I'm sure it's good."

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While Healy plays it cool, the Swiftie sleuths are hard at work, piecing together the lyrical puzzle left by Taylor Swift. Whether it's a case of art imitating life or just speculative fun, one thing's for sure - Swift and Healy's rumored romance has left a mark on the charts and our hearts!