Taylor Swift friend and YouTube star Todrick Hall – who appears as a dancer in Taylor Swift’s epic “Look What You Made Me Do” video – has revealed what the song is really about.
“I just think that whatever it is she’s trying to get across, she’s saying it through her music and her lyrics, and it’s all metaphoric, so that it can be open for interpretation,” he tells Entertainment Tonight. “I just think it’s so genius! I’m so inspired by her, and when she says, ‘Look what you made me do,’ she means, ‘Look what you made me do…you made me break records, you made me sell more records than anyone else.’ It’s just really insane.”
Hall also addresses claims that Taylor ripped off Beyonce’s “Formation” in the video.” Beyoncé did not invent lines or standing in lines,” he declares. “I think that what we did was really cool of just image…that was Lemonade, this is kinda just like soda pop. It’s different. They’re both great drinks, but different drinks.”