I was mortified when I heard that song as an adult and realized it was about a boner."–Juliemazur "The song talks about 'loving herself' and I genuinely thought she actually loved herself and her body/personality.
Little did I know she was actually being very sexual.
One day it just kinda clicked in my brain when I was blaring it in my room?
"–mayaha "I was 18 before I figured out what 'Little Red Corvette' was all about.
She hinted at what was to come earlier today by tweeting about "National Snake Day" (in seeming reference to Taylor) and telling everyone to be closely watching her Snapchat. Taylor: …awesome that you're so outspoken and it's gonna be like, Yea, she does, it made her famous! there's not one that hurts my feelings and one that doesn't.
The footage shows Kanye on speakerphone with Taylor and begins with him reading her the specific lyric: For all my south side n****s that know me best, I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. It's more provocative to say, Might still have sex.
" In a darkened soundstage on the outskirts of London, Abel Tesfaye is wondering if he can say "fuck" or not.
After some hesitation from Taylor, she responded with, "I mean it's like a compliment kind of," and thought the song was "tongue in cheek." She's similarly okay with the next line, I made that bitch famous.
Taylor explains that if she was asked by press about the second line during The Grammys red carpet that took place the following week that she would say "joke's on you guys, we're fine." Famously, Swift used her Album of the Year acceptance speech to respond to the lyrics and said, "I want to say to all the young women out there...there will be people along the way who will try to undercut your success." Taylor Swift has posted a note to Instagram, saying that she didn't know she was being recorded, she never heard the finished song before it was released, and that she did not approve of being called "that bitch." Watch the video and read a full transcript of her snaps below.
H/t to my kid brother for filling me in when I mentioned thinking about singing it at karaoke."–danerkebab "I had no idea 'Fergalicious' by Fergie was about oral at all until this summer (I’m 21). I heard the lines about tasting things and I was like I guess she has some good chapstick or something."–emilys405016583 "This song came out when I was like 12…
Annnnd I didn’t realise it was about sex until three years ago when I was 25."–chelseae4a71020c0"I was young when it came out and I was obsessed with it!