All The Celebs Taylor Swift Shaded In Her New Music Video
Taylor Swift didn't hold back when it came to taking shots at all the men she's beefed with in "The Man".
The tea has been served scorching hot today in the form of Taylor Swift's new film clip and directorial debut for "The Man," in which she dons drag while taking shots at some of Hollywood's most famous men and the things they're able to get away with.
After fans noticed that many of Swift's characters looked eerily familiar to several famous faces known to the singer, theories have emerged as to who each might be -- and they all happen to be men that have crossed Tay-Tay at some point in her career.
They may have only dated a few months way back in 2010, but it looks like Taylor still has a bone to pick with former flame, Jake Gyllenhaal, given that the brunette locks and beard worn by Taylor in the clip look mak her look just like the actor.
In what looked to by a sly shot at longtime nemesis Kanye West, one scene shows Taylor (as "The Man") waking up next to a naked woman in a room with a minimalistic white hallway, which looks just like Kim and Kanye's lavish mansion -- and is possibly a reference to Kanye's "Famous" music video in which he included a naked mannequin resembling Taylor.
Taylor takes a cheeky aim at Leonardo DiCaprio in a number of scenes, even going as far as to sing the line: "And we would toast to me, oh, let the players play / I'd be just like Leo, in Saint-Tropez".
She also seemed to recreate scenes from DiCaprio's film The Wolf Of Wall Street by donning a suit while in an office that resembles that of the movie's.
In what is believed to be famed tennis pro, John McEnroe, Swift's 'man' storms off a tennis court after throwing a tantrum and yelling at an umpire -- which many believe to be a dig at the fact that when women do the same (as Serena Williams did), they are labelled as "overreacting" to the situation.
ICYMI; Scooter Braun -- who manages Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande -- got on the wrong side of Taylor after he acquired Big Machine Records, which owns all of Swift's masters.
On a graffitied bathroom wall are the names of her previous albums, including 1989 and Red, along with signs that read: "MISSING. If found return to Taylor Swift," and "No Scooters allowed". Subtle!
Image: Youtube/Taylor Swift