Fans who were worried after Taylor Swift's absence from her social media accounts, can be at peace atlast. The Bad Blood hitmaker is keeping low as she reportedly wants to get rid of the negativity that she gets online.
Swift, who used to be very active on her Instagram page, shared her last post on 3 March, praising New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde. The captioned read: "g2g brb just gonna make up an interpretive dance to this magnificent bop for the ages. ELLA I LOVE YOU"
A source told Hollywood Life: "Taylor [Swift] has been splitting her time between NYC, Nashville and Los Angeles lately. Mostly spending her time in her studios in all three cities. She has not been purposefully hiding out, but has simply been super busy in the studio recording, editing and putting the finishing touches on her new album. Taylor is excited to deliver the best possible music to all of her fans. Taylor has been working hard and she can't wait to release new music. She laughs at the reports that she is missing and finds them hilarious!"
"Taylor [Swift] is loving her break from social media. She enjoys being connected with her fans but she also struggles with the negativity and bullies that she deals with whenever she reads Instagram comments. She will be back to posting more regularly soon, but for now she is really appreciating detoxing and being unplugged from some of the negative energy online," another insider said.
In December 2015, during an interview with NME magazine, Harry Styles' former girlfriend said she feels the world is too interested in her personal life. She told the publication: "I'm in the news every single day for multiple different reasons. And it can feel, at times, if you let your anxiety get the better of you, like everybody's waiting for you to really mess up – and then you'll be done."
"A lot of the time I need to call my mom and talk for a really long time, just to remind myself of all the things that are great and all the things that matter. If you do something that defines your character to be not what the public thought you were, that's the biggest risk," Swift added.