Deadpool Cosplayer Taylor Swift Deletes Social Media Presence

Taylor Swift with Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift, one of the most popular celebrities on social media, has wiped all her accounts, sending fans into a frenzy over whether the pop singer has been hacked, is preparing to launch a new album, or about to reinvent herself.

The singer has deleted the profile picture on her Twitter page, and all her tweets post 2015.

Since the 27-year-old went on a social media hiatus earlier this year, Swifties have been waiting with bated breath for a sign that the singer's sixth album, otherwise known as TS6, is coming. Swift's last project, 1989, was released in October 2014.

Ever since Beyoncé dropped her surprise album Beyoncé and her visual album Lemonade, artists have had to come up with new, surprising ways to release their music if they want it to keep up with the hype of Queen Bey's. An insider reportedly claimed that the pair had been working on tunes that were "different" than Swift fans were used to, but maintained the new stuff was still "catchy".

Her Twitter is also suspiciously empty.

Her next album has been teased for like, two years now.

Sometimes you just need a break from social media, so you leave your phone behind and spend hours doing whatever doesn't involve notifications. We may have an answer soon, and it seems like many of her fans won't be at ease until we do.

Taylor Swift has just been victorious over her sexual harasser, DJ Mueller, who was photographed with his hand on her bottom during a photo session at his radio station.

While one fan wrote: "Taylor Swift is NOT playing anymore".

Swift also deleted her profile photo on Facebook.

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