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    “We Know A Bit More About What Went On”: Matty Healy’s Aunt Implies Taylor Swift’s Tracks About Him Don’t Tell The Full Story

    Taylor Swift has done it again by setting her ex-boyfriends Joe Alwyn and Matty Healy as her targets this time. The pop sensation is basking in the glory of her recently released and already well-acclaimed latest album ‘The Tortured Poets Department‘ which is based upon her relationships with her British ex-boyfriends.

    While fans were awaiting the release of this much-anticipated album, many had predicted its connection with Joe Alwyn. However, Matty Healy‘s mention in the album tracks was a surprise for fans. Though the ‘1975‘ lead singer dated Taylor just for a couple of months, the pop sensation launched a scathing attack on him in her latest track ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived‘. Amid all the frenzy around the album, Healy’s family has something important to say.

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    Matty Healy’s Aunt Claims Taylor Swift Is Telling A Half-Cooked Story Through Her Songs About Him

    Matty Healy
    Matty Healy

    Taylor Swift’s latest album ‘The Tortured Poets Department and its alleged references to her rumored romance with Matty Healy is the talk of the town since the release of the much-awaited album. While Taylor’s fans and listeners are taking her word for the story she’s telling through her songs, Matty’s aunt has stepped forward to offer her insights into the situation.

    After fans dissected Swift’s songs, particularly the one widely believed to be based on Matty Healy titled ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived‘, his aunt Debbie Dedes has come to his defense. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Dedes claimed that there’s more to the story than what Swift is presenting to the world through her music.

    Emphasizing that Taylor’s attack through her song has not affected Healy as one might imagine, his aunt Dedes said, “Nothing surprises him anymore,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying on Saturday. “He will not be surprised by the song. Him and her know what went on,” she added, speaking of Healy and Swift.

    Dedes is the sister of Healy’s mother, Denise Welch, and has been close to the singer. “As my nephew, we know a bit more about what went on than has been in the press,” she said, adding that he is “very happywith his current relationship with model Gabbriette Bechtel.

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    Fans Believe Three Of Taylor Swift’s Latest Songs Are About Matty Healy

    Taylor Swift and Matty Healy
    Taylor Swift and Matty Healy

    Fans dissected Taylor Swift’s song ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived‘ to be based on Matty Healy based on the several references in its lyrics that point at him. In the song, Swift has written about a man in a Jehovah’s Witness suit, which some fans have interpreted as a nod to Healy’s signature black suit that he wears during performances.

    Swift also mentions someone buying pills from acquaintances in the song, which the fans have interpreted to be about Healy’s openness about his struggles with substance abuse. Moreover, the album’s title track, ‘The Tortured Poets Department’, is also being interpreted to be a reference to Healy’s penchant for poetic things.

    Their romance reportedly lasted from May to June 2023, though it was never officially or publicly acknowledged by either. After the two parted ways, Healy’s controversial remarks and behavior against Swift had sparked outrage among her fans leading him to apologize for them.

    Moreover, Healy is infamous for his behavior which is often deemed immature and provocative. Two of Swift’s songs in the latest album are also believed to be about Matty, as they convey her potential struggle with herself while being in love with a conventionally problematic man. Titled ‘But Daddy I Love Him’ and ‘I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can),’ the songs are considered the reflection of Taylor’s struggle to convince the world that her problematic lover has hope for becoming a better man.

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