Taylor Swift appears to address where she stands with ex John Mayer ahead of Speak Now re-release

Taylor Swift is making sure her loyal fans are on their best behavior as she prepares to re-release her hit 2010 album. Speak now.

In the process of the artist re-recording and releasing most of his albums, with the goal of regaining ownership of all of them himself, many of his past miseries have been replayedThough now she’s asking her fans to leave the past in the past, especially, it seems, where it’s concerned John Mayer.

Several songs on Speak Now, most famously ‘Dear John’, are believed to be about her relationship with fellow singer, which lasted for a few months in 2009 and 2010. When she was 19 and he was 31.

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Despite all these years, Taylor fans rage on over suspected age difference between ‘Gravity’ singerAnd her comments section on Instagram is often filled with call outs on it, especially Taylor’s famous ‘Dear John’ line: “Don’t you think nineteen is too young.”

During the Minneapolis stop of Taylor’s Eraze Tour, before singing the “surprise song” of the night, the star attempted to keep her fans away from her ex’s comments section.

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As he reflected on the beautiful moments and expressions he has seen from his fans at his concerts, he said: “I was hoping to ask you that I’d love to extend that kindness and that gentleness to our internet activities as we bring out this album.”

John Mayer and Taylor Swift posing together© Getty
John and Taylor dated for a few months

“What I’m trying to say is that I’m putting this album out because I want to keep my music,” she explained before adding: “I’m 33, I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19, except the songs I wrote and the memories we made together.”

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Taylor insisted: “I’m not releasing this album so you can go and feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I wrote a song about, Before announcing: “I don’t care, we’re all grown up, we’re good.”

John Mayer and Taylor Swift performing on stage during Z100's Jingle Ball 2009 presented by H&M at Madison Square Garden on December 11, 2009 in New York City© Getty
Both during Z100’s Jingle Ball in December 2009

Following his warning to fans, the comments section on John’s Instagram page now looks very different, though it’s not exactly devoid of Swifties.

John Mayer and Taylor Swift attend the launch of VEVO, the world's premiere destination for premium music videos and entertainment, at Skylight Studios on December 8, 2009 in New York City.© Getty
Former flings linked to each other from December 2009 to February 2010

Whereas previously he had received comments about Speak Now’s new release date: “Dear John,” and: “Get ready John, July 7th is coming,” in addition to: “Maybe, you’ve got to get older than your age.” Should have dated someone,” reportedly about another of Taylor’s hits about John, now fans are taking precautions.

Taylor Swift performed onstage for the opening night "Taylor Swift |  Eras Tour" March 17, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Swift City, AZ (Glendale, AZ)© Getty
Taylor will continue to perform on her Eraze Tour for the rest of the year

After Taylor’s concert one fan wrote, “Mom said we can’t bully you anymore,” others said: “Mom said we have to be nice to you,” and: “I’m sorry John, I won’t be evil.” Not anymore,” as well as: “I’ll be nice to you from now on. No bad blood.”

Taylor Swift and Mattie Healy are seen leaving 'The Electric Lady' studios in Manhattan on May 16, 2023 in New York City© Getty
The singer was recently linked to 1975 frontman Matty Healy

Read more lyrics from Taylor’s ‘Dear John’: “Don’t you think I was too young to be messed with?” and: “Dear John, I see it all now, it was wrong,” Also, in ‘Would Have, Could Have, Should Have’ from 2022’s Midnights album, she also sings: ‘I’m sure it will never be’ we danced with the devil…at the age of nineteen,” and: “Living for the thrill of hitting you where it hurts. Give me back my boyhood, it was mine before.”

Meanwhile, John’s 2013 song ‘Paper Doll’, where he sings: “You’re like twenty-two girls together. And none of them know where they’re runnin’ to.”