All of the A+ list singer’s fans do know the relationship with the A/A- list mostly movie actor from an acting family was fake right?
You don’t need to go all in on his social media.
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Taylor Swift fans flood ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal’s comments with All Too Well lyrics… after he posts childhood photo in glasses
Taylor Swift’s loyal fandom (affectionately termed Swifties) have been basking in her latest album, which dropped in July.
But the Swifties have been revisiting an oldie, but a goodie, which references one of her famous exes.
They flooded Jake Gyllenhaal’s Instagram comments Monday with lyrics from her song All Too Well, which appeared on her fourth studio album Red in 2012, allegedly inspired by their brief romance.
The 39-year-old posted a black-and-white childhood photo, which appeared to be a yearbook scan of little Jake in big round glasses.
Several followers commented some version of the lyric: ‘I heard you used to be a little kid with glasses in a twin sized bed.’
Jake and Taylor, 30, briefly dated for three months back in 2010, when he was 29 and she was 21, following her split from John Mayer, 42. – Source