Sources have revealed that Taylor Swift’s recent romance with Matty Healy, the frontman of the band The 1975, was never intended to be anything serious. The insider claimed that those close to Swift knew all along that it was just a “fun, good time thing that would last as long as it lasted and would be no big deal once it was done.” The source also expressed frustration with the media’s obsession with Swift’s love life, stating that she “can’t have a good time with anyone without the press marrying her off to them.” The insider went on to say that Swift was simply looking to “let off some steam and sow her oats” after her long-term relationship with Joe Alwin ended in April.
The Breakup and Fallout
News of Swift and Healy’s breakup broke earlier this week, just one month after they went public with their relationship. Although the couple never directly addressed their romance, they were spotted “cuddling and kissing” at an exclusive club in New York City. Healy also hinted at their relationship during a music festival performance in Scotland. Despite this, the insider claims that the relationship was never intended to be anything serious, and Swift will not be writing any love songs about Healy.
The fallout from Swift’s relationship with Healy reportedly caused some tension with Alwin, who was “slighted” and “distraught” that Swift moved on so quickly. Sources claimed that Alwin had put his trust in Swift when she told him that she and Healy were just friends while collaborating on her “Midnights” album. However, there was no overlap between the two relationships. Since the breakup, Alwin has been focusing on himself and keeping busy.
Swift’s relationship with Healy was never meant to be anything serious, and the media frenzy surrounding it was unnecessary. The insider stated that Swift was simply looking to have fun after her long-term relationship ended, and she should be allowed to do so without the press trying to marry her off to every guy she has a good time with. While the breakup may have caused some tension, it appears that everyone involved is moving on and focusing on themselves.