'She put him on the map': Internet doesn't believe Matty Healy as he claims he hasn't heard Taylor Swift's 'TTPD' diss tracks

'She put him on the map': Internet doesn't believe Matty Healy as he claims he hasn't heard Taylor Swift's 'TTPD' diss tracks
Matty Healy claimed that he hadn't heard Taylor Swift's 'TTPD' tracks dissing him (Backgrid)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Amid swirling rumors and speculations, Matty Healy, the lead vocalist of The 1975, maintained his composure regarding Taylor Swift's latest album, 'The Tortured Poets Department' (TTPD).

Despite the widespread belief that Swift's album contains several diss tracks directed at Healy, the singer appeared nonchalant when questioned about the matter, Radar Online reported.

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Matty Healy unfazed by Taylor Swift's alleged diss tracks

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Internet slams Matty Healy after he claims he hasn't heard Taylor Swift's 'TTPD' diss tracks about him (Getty Images)

Photographers caught up with Healy in Los Angeles, seeking his reaction to Swift's album, particularly the rumored diss tracks aimed at him. However, the British musician seemed unfazed by the attention, responding casually.

"How would you rate your Taylor diss track compared to the 30 others?” A photographer asked.

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When asked about his thoughts on Swift's alleged diss track, Healy initially appeared puzzled, before casually dismissing any knowledge of it. "My diss track?" he questioned.

“Oh,” Healy laughed in the video obtained by Entertainment Tonight. “I haven’t really listened to that much of it but I’m sure it’s good.”

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Swift and Healy's alleged romantic involvement first surfaced in 2014, with rumors resurfacing in Spring 2023 when they went public with their relationship. However, their romance was short-lived, facing scrutiny from fans due to Healy's controversial remarks about Swift's close friend, Ice Spice. The pair parted ways in June of the same year.

Swift's latest album, featuring tracks such as 'But Daddy I Love Him,' 'Fortnight,' and 'The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,' has sparked speculation among fans, with many interpreting these songs as veiled references to her alleged relationship with Healy. Despite insider reports suggesting Healy's apprehension about the album's content, the singer appears unaffected by the ongoing speculation.

After the release of Taylor Swift's album, a source told Us Weekly, "Matty still thinks very highly of Taylor, but we were all nervous about what she might have said on the album." The source also mentioned that those close to Healy "couldn't be happier" with how it turned out.

“Matty’s family knew about the relationship,” the insider explained. “And they were worried that Taylor was going to rip him apart. Matty has struggled with life in the public eye, and he’s been doing really well, but the last thing that he needs is for every Swiftie in the world to think he’s a villain.”

Swift famously moved on to three-time Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce. The pop star went public with the Kansas City Chiefs tight end in September 2023, just three months after ending her rocky relationship with Healy.

He's not the only one who got a shoutout on Swift's newest records. Swift also coyly referenced her failed relationship with Alwyn, showing Kelce a lot of love with her track "So High School."

Internet skeptical after Matty Healy's says he didn't hear Taylor Swift's diss tracks

Matty Healy of The 1975 performs during the closing day of Lollapalooza Chile 2023 at Parque Cerrillos on March 19, 2023 in Santiago, Chile.
Social Media reacts to Matty Healy's claim about Taylor Swift's diss tracks(Getty Images)

Matty Healy's recent assertion that he hasn't heard Taylor Swift's alleged diss tracks from her latest album 'The Tortured Poets Department' (TTPD) hasn't convinced the online community, with social media users expressing skepticism and offering their own interpretations of the situation.

One user took to social media to express doubt, stating, "They’re all good. And he knows because he’s listened to every word and note."

Another user suggested that Healy should be appreciative of Swift's music and wrote, "He should be grateful that Taylor put him on the map."

Criticism of Healy's attitude also emerged online, with one user remarking, "His attitude, lol, now I see what she saw in him."

One user humorously pointed out, "He has more songs in this album than a diss track alone lol Situationship over relationship. Smells fishy. Speak now, Joe Alwyn!"

Referencing a specific track from Swift's album, one user speculated, "Lol these two will be back together by next summer. Especially if ‘The Prophecy’ is written about him. You don’t write that about something you wouldn’t jump right back into if you got the chance. Y’all heard it here first."

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