Taylor Swift’s very first cheating ex bragged about screwing her over on Twitter, and her fans ate him aliiive

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Taylor Swift’s very first cheating ex bragged about screwing her over on Twitter, and her fans ate him aliiive

Should’ve said no to tweeting, dude

Taylor Swift's first album came out more than 11 years ago when she was just 16, and it's filled with songs about relationships.

I know, I know, insert cliché joke about Taylor Swift dating a lot of guys and writing about it here, but seriously: What's more potent songwriting fuel than some high school heartbreak?

And one song, anti-cheating anthem Should've Said No, always stuck out on the album as particularly scathing — which is why I was so shocked to find out that the subject of the song, a guy named Sam, was so ready to identify himself. He initially revealed his identity on a thread a sportswriter started about famous high school alums.

But it didn't take long for fans to figure out that Sam didn't just date Taylor in high school… he cheated on her in high school.

God. It's like watching a slow-motion video of a car crash. In Sam's defense, it was high school, and even though his haircut doesn't appear to have changed, it's obvious that a whole bunch of other stuff has. Taylor (probably) doesn't even care anymore!

But you know who does care? Her fans. Her fans care a lot. And Sam found that shit out the hard way.

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