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Taylor Swift Shares Fan Photos With #Reputaylurking Hashtag on Twitter

Taylor Swift
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Taylor Swift attends the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden on Sept. 19, 2014 in Las Vegas.  

Taylor Swift has a notoriously scant Twitter presence. She went dark on social media in August to build hype for the release of “Look What You Made Me Do,” and she’s only tweeted 68 times since then. But the pop star recently dedicated plenty of room on her feed to fans who bought her new album, Reputation, this week.

Using the hashtag #reputaylurking, Swift reposted photos of diehard Swifties who managed to get their hands on Reputation. Plenty of fans posed amid the CD aisles of Target, and some stocked up on multiple copies of the album. One clever fan even wrapped a stuffed snake around her neck as she posed with her copy of Reputation, a winking reference to the insult Swift has reappropriated as her own symbol. 

A new Twitter account, @reputaylurking, already exists, seemingly with the sole mission to retweet Swift and catalog all her fan photos in one place.