Taylor Swift Makes ‘Getaway Car’ Joke After Stolen Vehicle Crashes Into Her Home
Taylor Swift had the best response when a stolen car crashed into her house.
On Tuesday morning (April 2), there were multiple reports about an incident that occurred right outside the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer's Rhode Island home. According to TMZ, a teenage driver was being chased by police around 1 A.M. when he lost control of the stolen vehicle and crashed right into her front gate.
Luckily, no one was seriously hurt and Swift wasn't home at the time of the crash, but when a fan account posted the news story on Instagram, the 29-year-old pop star couldn't help but weigh in—and her response was PERFECT.
"Nothing good starts in a getaway car," she commented alongside a shrugging emoji.
The song she's referring to is "Getaway Car," off her 2017 album Reputation, which is believed to be about her ex Tom Hiddleston. On the track, she sings, "No, nothing good starts in a getaway car," which many fans suspected was about how fast she moved on with the Avengers actor so soon after she broke up with Calvin Harris.
"You were drivin' the getaway car/ We were flyin’, but we'd never get far," she sings in the chorus. "Don't pretend it's such a mystery/ Think about the place where you first met me."