According to TMZ recently Taylor Swift released snippets of her music video for her new song “Look What You Made Me Do” to be debuted Sunday at the VMA Awards show. In the snippet Taylor Swift is shown sitting on a thrown with writing on it that reads “Et Tu Brute” which is from Shakespeare’s play Julius Ceasar that stands for “backstabbing”. Assuming that she is referring to Kanye West for calling her a bitch in his song “Famous” which Taylor Swift says she did not approve of. Also in the beginning of the song she says “I don’t like your little games, I don’t like your tilted stage”, referring to Kanye West swinging stage he had during his concerts this past year. To top everything off Taylor Swift has set her album to be released on Nov. 10th which is coincidentally the same day as the 10th anniversary of Kanye West’s mothers death. Taylor Swift’s label says it was not on purpose, that the album date was picked based on Universal Music Group release dates and Friday’s are the preferred date to drop albums in the industry.