Taylor Swift Scarf Controversy Prompts a Hilarious Reaction From Dionne Warwick

Ever since the release of Taylor Swift’s All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) the internet has been raging over the lyrics which indicate a certain scarf that is no longer in possession of Taylor but, her ex who has been outrageously hinted at in the song and the subsequent short film- Jake Gyllenhaal. Fans have left no stone unturned to prove that the boy Taylor talks about in her 10-minute long re-recorded version is none other than her one-time boyfriend. The initial release of Red in 2012 was actually followed by the breakup of Taylor and Jake’s three-month-old relationship.

The scarf in question is mentioned in the opening verse of All Too Well (Taylor’s Version): “I left my scarf there at your sister’s house / And you’ve still got it in your drawer even now.” Swifties have been asking the Guilty actor to return Tay’s scarf. However, that is not all because singer Dionne Warwick took over her Twitter handle to leave a hilarious but strict response about the scarf controversy.

Dionne Warwick on Taylor Swift’s Infamous Scarf

Warwick asked “young man” aka Gyllenhaal return Swift her scarf back if he is in possession of it through a tweet.

The ‘Heartbreaker’ singer, in fact, called out Jake Gyllenhaal in the Twitter thread saying she would pay for the cost of postage.

Taylor Swift, however, has not ever confirmed that the song is a nod towards her relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal but, the references in the song are enough for fans to presume. In fact, Gyllenhaal’s sister, The Lost Daughter director Maggie Gyllenhaal has hinted that even though she is “in the dark about the scarf”, it is totally possible for her to have it during her conversation with Andy Cohen on What What Happens Live.

Also Read: Taylor Swift’s All Too Well to Wildest Dreams, Songs That’ll Break Hearts

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