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“To outdo Taylor’s first week numbers, and show our love to Kanye himself, let’s all devote the 10th of November to listening to nothing but Hey Mama for an entire day with the aim of hopefully charting above Taylor’s album, and showing our respect to Donda West on the 10th anniversary of her death.” Taylor’s label Big Machine dismissed claims that the November 10 release is loaded with symbolism.

, with lyrics like "I don’t like your little games / Don’t like your tilted stage" that seemed directed at West, the rapper who reignited their feud when he unceremoniously included Swift's name in his , is a postmortem of Swift's 1989 era, when she partied with her squad members on Instagram and was buddy-buddy with West, before 2016 arrived and Swift's public persona took a hit.

"But I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately / If only you weren’t so shady," she continues, raising a toast to her real friends, her mother, and then eventually to West.

"And here’s to you, 'cause forgiveness is a nice thing to do," she says, before breaking down in giggles, saying, "I can’t even say it with a straight face!

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A Facebook group was launched to explain ‘Hey Mama’ Day to the world: “Following the release of an apparent ‘Kanye Diss Track’, Taylor Swift announced the release date of her album as the 10th of November, which also happens to be the anniversary of Kanye’s mothers’ death,” the page states."It was so nice throwing big parties / Jump into the pool from the balcony," Swift begins, remembering "feeling so Gatsby for that whole year" before she gets to the chorus, singing with a smirk in her voice, "This is why we can’t have nice things, darling / Because you break them."Then, it's West's turn."It was so nice being friends again / There I was giving you a second chance / But you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand," she sings, referencing their fateful phone call about that West's camp recorded and later posted to smear her as duplicitous., on Friday, and as we predicted, she continued to address her feud with the couple through music.The album's debut single, "Look What You Made Me Do," and its accompanying music video fired shots at both Kim and Kanye, with Taylor straight up saying she doesn't like the rapper's "tilted stage." Fans theorized other references included the use of snakes (in case you forgot, Kimye fans flooded her social media feeds with snake emojis following the release of that "Famous" phone call) and believed the scene with her lying in a tub full of diamonds could be a reference to Kim's robbery in Paris, France, last year.

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