Everyone’s Dragging John Mayer After Taylor Swift’s Vicious New Song Dropped

John Mayer and Taylor Swift

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Nobody knows how to drop an album these days like Taylor Swift. She’s the queen of conjuring tidal waves of hype out of thin air. That happened on Thursday night / Friday morning when Taylor Swift released her new album Midnights featuring a track titled ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’ that immediately caused John Mayer’s name to trend.

It seems a bit insane that we’re still talking about John Mayer dating Taylor Swift when 13 years have passed but the Internet doesn’t forget or forgive, at least not when it comes to celebrity relationships. Taylor already dragged John Mayer through the mud with ‘Dear John’ but it evidently wasn’t enough and ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’ had millions of people making jokes.

John Mayer is getting dragged by everyone after Taylor Swift’s ‘Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve’ was released

If you haven’t heard the song, here it is:

It’s pretty amusing to imagine John Mayer coming back from a silent yoga retreat for the past few days and opening Twitter this morning to see seven million mentions:

Definite vibe shift:

The level at which people seem to be emotionally involved in this is beyond comical:

Zero chill out there:

John’s living his life just fine without looking at Twitter:

People are so, so, so bored these days:

This basically sums up the true reality of the situation:

Anyway, here’s ‘Althea’ with Mayer + Dead & Company

Such a banger.

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