Since Taylor Swift unexpectedly released a short film about "Everything is OK", the Internet has taken over the Internet, and coffee giant Starbucks has also added a mysterious tweet about possible collaboration with the pop star Arts.
It all started when Swift mentioned Starbucks in a video she posted to her Instagram page, which showed all the reasons she loves autumn.
"This is a video reenactment of my post about autumn on Tumblr," Swift said. "For the first time in a few months, I wore a hat, scarf, knee-high socks, and tights. When it was cold in the morning, you could see your breathing, painting on the foggy windows, gingham cloth and ankle boots. Some small paintings. And don’t care about people making fun of pumpkin-scented things, because you like it. I’m glad that it’s all the rage. People dress their dogs in Halloween costumes and make fires in the fireplace. Combinations of maroon, hunter green, and mustard yellow. ."
Now Starbucks is fighting back-in a good way. "It's the red season," the official account tweeted. Some speculation hinted at Swift's upcoming Red (Taylor version) album.
"But what does it mean? @njnic23 commented that Starbucks responded by saying, "We are just in a holiday atmosphere, otherwise there is not much happening at the moment. "
"The s in Starbucks stands for swiftie," @sevenofgrace wrote. "To make a long story short...you might make a difference," Starbucks responded.
Others asked why the account was "confused" with fans. The poster repeatedly mentioned that the "red cup" refers to holidays. These cups have existed technically for many years, but with holiday design coverage. However, 2015 was the first year that the Cup sparked religious controversy.
"In the past, we used our holiday cup designs to tell stories," Starbucks vice president of design and content Jeffrey Fields said in a statement. "This year we hope to welcome the holiday with pure design and welcome all our stories."
The company has since changed the cup in various ways, but Swift fans are sure that the latest reference is another Easter egg.
In addition to Starbucks, fans have been busy piecing together things, hoping to figure out Swift's long-term game. A viral TikTok video released by @Vinoj points out that the car in the upcoming "All Too Well" video is dated 1989-just like Swift's previous album.
"Can't stop, won't stop becoming mysterious and weird," Swift commented in the post, "This is just the beginning. This will be an interesting week."
Starbucks or Swift has no official information about whether there is a connection between the Red Cup tweet and Swift’s release, but even if it doesn’t, fans will find it.
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