As we know, Calvin Harris is making a secondary career out of being Taylor Swift’s wronged ex-boyfriend. Nevermind the fact that immediately following Calvin and Taylor’s split, he was telling everyone that she was too needy and clingy and she wanted to get married and he saw her more of an un-sexy friend. Now that Taylor is Tiddleshagging all over the world, Calvin is singing another tune. Suddenly he’s the one who got manipulated and dumped and Taylor is some sort of heartless vixen. He may have even written a bitchy song about all of this, told through Tom Hiddleston’s perspective (although sources now deny the song is about Tiddles). Anyway, Page Six has a new story about poor, suffering Calvin Harris.
Friends of Taylor Swift’s ex Calvin Harris told Page Six the jilted DJ is peeved at how she’s been flaunting her new “relationship” with actor Tom Hiddleston.
“He’s not happy about their relationship. He was hurt. Looking back, some friends do feel like Taylor’s team manipulated and orchestrated part of [her] relationship [with Calvin] after seeing how public she is with her new guy. It makes sense,” a source said.
Critics of cloyingly smitten couple Swift and Hiddleston are calling their relationship a p.r. stunt after every smooch and hand-hold seems to be a photo op complete with fashion credits blasted out by brands.
“I wouldn’t put it past her. That’s what they do. It’s obvious,” the source close to Harris said of Swift’s highly publicized relationship. Harris’ new breakup song, “Ole,” with singer John Newman, seems to be an ode to Swift. Lyrics include: “I see online/That you’ve begun to be a good girl/And take trips with your boyfriend/Being attentive/Continue to pretend.”
“Calvin always speaks the truth,” said the pal. Harris’ rep didn’t get back to us.
It must be difficult for a guy who fancies himself a player, a sophisticate, a worldly guy with a string of bombshell exes, to realize that he’s been played by Taylor Swift. Taylor Swift, who often behaves like a boy-crazy 14-year-old. But is this the answer? Team Calvin keeps talking and I think they’re making it worse. While I would love it if Calvin really did devote an album to diss-tracks about Taylor, this current situation just makes him seem… I don’t know, petty? Like he got played and instead of sucking it up and moving on, he’s obsessively Tiddle-watching.
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