Taylor Swift Fans Are Convinced That ‘Mr. Perfectly Fine’ Takes Aim At Joe

It is 2008: The first Dusk film is in quite a while, Beyonce and Jay-Z are love birds, and Taylor Quick drops her No. 1 collection Intrepid only one month in the wake of getting her heart broken by Joe Jonas. Presently, after 13 years, Quick is tossing it back to 2008 by appearing a small bunch of already unreleased tracks. With her most recent melody "Mr. Totally Fine," fans are persuaded that it's Quick's method of insulting Jonas for their untidy separation.

The new track was composed during her Daring time and Quick even implied that it addressed dramatization, so fans rushed to draw an obvious conclusion and point out that "Mr. Completely Fine" more likely than not been Joe Jonas. All through the tune's verses, Quick addresses how a man made herextremely upset and focuses on his vanity, driving fans to envision how Jonas is presently adapting to the news.

A few fans brought up how the new track shows up not exactly a year after Quick purportedly skilled Jonas a cover to salute the introduction of his first youngster.

Other Swifties contemplated whether the artist will share a tune about her past relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal after they momentarily dated in 2010 in front of her collection Red.

Regardless of whether Quick's tune is a reflection on her separation with Jonas, the boyband artist's better half Sophie Turner isn't flustered by the show. Indeed, Turner openly shared her help about the track via web-based media. "It's NOT a bop," Turner composed close by a post about the track.