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Anyone who’s been on the internet for the past week has seen Taylor Swift’s surprise announcement that after three years, she would be releasing new music.

She roaringly kicked off her release with her single “Look What You Made Me Do,” a fiery track that seems to be about revenge.

Fans were quick to point out that her track may suggest some continued bad blood with rapper Kanye West, but their feud may not stop there. Many Twitter users also found something hauntingly familiar about the release date of her new album “Reputation.”

Followers of the country-turned-pop artist quickly reminded Swift that Nov. 10 was the date that West tragically lost his mother, Donda, from heart disease. Some members of the fanbase think the concurrent release may have been an intentional ploy to get under West’s skin:

Though other fans chalk it up to a mere coincidence…

A publicist for Swift’s music label said there’s “no correlation” between the release date and the death date, telling People:

“It is standard practice that releases come out on Fridays and we locked in this release date based on other Universal Music Group releases.”

West and Swift’s feud first began when a seemingly inebriated West interrupted Swift’s 2009 best female video acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards. Since then, their animosity only built.

Neither West nor his wife, Kim Kardashian West, has yet to addresses the potentially hurtful rumors.

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