Taylor Swift deleted the contents of her social media accounts shortly after winning her groping case against David Mueller. Her sudden disappearance from the cyber world has prompted speculation of a possible comeback in the music scene after "1989" was released in 2014.

Swift confirmed to make a comeback in November

On Monday, the pop singer teased her fans with a cryptic video of a snake's tail. The said post was shared in all her social media accounts before she uploaded a short clip of a snake striking on Wednesday.

Without further ado, Taylor Swift announced the release date of her new single which will be on Thursday, August 24, before she drops her new album, "Reputation," on November 10.

This would mark her sixth studio album and her first release in three years.

She also revealed the album cover art for the new album shot by famous fashion photographers Mert and Marcus. Fans of the award-winning pop singer were elated with the announcement as some of them took to social media to share their own speculation of the snake concept.

Most of them are expecting to hear a whole new sound from Taylor Swift, while others could not hide their excitement for the comeback.

The internet brands pop singer a snake for past controversies

It can be recalled that the "Blank Space" singer was called a snake for her issues with other artists.

The hashtag #TaylorSwiftIsASnake became a thing on social media when she claimed to have written Calvin Harris' hit track with Rihanna, titled "This Is What You Came For," in 2016.

The pop singer reportedly wrote the song under the alias Nils Sjoberg. The record producer and DJ, on the other hand, criticized his former girlfriend for taking credit of the hit track in a series of now-deleted tweets.

"Hurtful to me at this point that [she] and her team would go so far out of their way to try and make me look bad at this stage," he wrote.

Fans of Calvin Harris turned to Taylor Swift to spam her social media accounts with snake emojis. But before the controversy could even die down, the "Shake It Off" singer was mired in another feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

Apparently, the 27-year-old pop singer denied that the rapper had asked for approval when she mentioned her name in his song "Famous" released in February 2016. Kim Kardashian, on the other hand, uploaded Taylor Swift's conversation with Kanye West to prove that the pop singer lied about her claims.

The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star seemingly attacked the "Bad Blood" artist when she tweeted about National Snake Day.

A year later, Kim Kardashian is getting hiss comments from Taylor Swift's fans after the singer revealed her comeback date and snake concept. Some of them are leaving snake emojis on the socialite's Instagram photos, while others are throwing shade at the TV personality for her issue with the pop singer.