Taylor Swift Is Dropping Her New Album On The Anniversary Of Donda West's Death

Is it all just a coincidence or did Taylor choose the date as a way to get back at Kanye?

By Sharon Lynn Pruitt

The feud between Taylor Swift and Kanye West/Kim Kardashian just got a whole lot nastier.

Swift's new album Reputation — which will most likely be a response to her drama with Kim and Kanye, among other things — is set to drop on November 10th. The only problem? November 10th happens to be the 10-year anniversary of the death of Kanye's mom Donda West, as TMZ so helpfully pointed out.

But as TMZ also pointed out, the 10th falls on a Friday this year, which is a preferred day for dropping albums (Jay Z released 4:44 on a Friday back in June). Could this be a coincidence, or did Taylor Swift just declare straight up war with Kanye West?

A source close to Swift's label told TMZ that the release date was "based on other Universal Music Group releases."

"There is no correlation," they claimed.

Are you buying it or nah? Reactions on social media seem to be mixed — some think it's a deliberate low blow, while others find the idea of Taylor making a move like that utterly laughable.


[Photo: Getty Images]

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