There’s nothing like a Taylor Swift fan scorned.
The pop star’s followers had been seeing crimson after W Journal featured her ex, Jake Gyllenhaal, posing within the fiery coloration for its annual “Nice Performances” portfolio.
The issue? The look was allegedly all too much like Swift’s theme from her 2012 “Crimson” album, which featured a music about their past relationship.
“Completely nobody is curious about Jake’s model of crimson… learn the room,” one wrote with an eye-roll emoji as Swift’s followers had been despatched right into a frenzy.
Photographer Tim Walker shot Gyllenhaal carrying a crimson shirt and heart-shaped sun shades — much like a pair Swift wore in her music video for “22” from the album.
Coincidentally, Swift just lately rereleased “Crimson” with the addendum (Taylor’s Model), and W dared to put up Gyllenhaal’s photograph on social media with the caption, “Crimson (Jake’s Model).”
Swifties picked up on the diss and accused the actor of trolling the pop star, because the album features the track “All Too Well” — supposedly about their 2010 romance.
The singer’s followers flooded in with feedback similar to, “The Swifties are coming for you,” and, “He’s obsessive about Taylor.” Ouch!
The magazine even ultimately modified its caption to stay with lauding Gyllenhaal’s efficiency in his movie, “The Responsible.”
“For our annual Greatest Performances difficulty, the actor discusses reimagining the thriller for American audiences, being starstruck by Brad Pitt, and the one film that at all times makes him cry,” it wrote.
The injury, nonetheless, had already been carried out so far as Swift’s followers had been involved, they usually seen the edit.
A rep for W didn’t acknowledge the caption change, however solely informed Web page Six that the “sole purpose” the magazine put the actor “in our greatest efficiency difficulty is as a result of his efficiency in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘The Responsible’ is phenomenal.”