Taylor Swift fans react to 10-minute “Too Good”: “F *** you Jake Gyllenhaal”

Taylor Swift’s fans react to Jake Gyllenhaal’s apparent reference in the 10-minute version of her hit single “All Too Well”.

While the song, which was originally released in 2010, has long been rumored to be about Swift’s relationship with Gyllenhaal, the new version almost confirms that the singer wrote it after they broke up in 2011.

Swift and Gyllenhaal dated for three months from October 2010, separating just after the Grammy winner turned 21 in December.

New lyrics include the lines: “And I’ve never been good at telling jokes / But the dotted line says, ‘I’ll get old, but your lovers stay my age.’

Gyllenhaal, 40, is currently dating 25-year-old model Jeanne Cadieu.

After Swift fans heard the song, they rushed to Twitter to pledge allegiance to the singer, and #JakeGyllenaal soon began a trend with more than 100,000 tweets under the hashtag.

They were sad that Gyllenhaal was supposed to skip Swift’s 21st birthday, noting the lyrics: “You who charmed my dad with compelling jokes / Sucking coffee like you were in a late night show / But then he watched me look at the front door the all night., wanting you to come / And he said, “It’s supposed to be fun … Having turned 21.”

Most Twitter users referenced the lyrics: “And I left my scarf there at your sister’s house / And you still have it in your drawer even now.”

Some demanded Gyllenhaal return the scarf, while others were sure the scarf was already on its way back to Swift.

Many other people decided to shut up after hearing the new version of “Too Good,” with one fan writing, “No one talk to me today.”

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