Did Calvin Harris Reveal the Truth Behind His Breakup With Taylor Swift On Instagram?

In a series of comments reportedly posted by Adam “Calvin Harris” Wiles Thursday night on Instagram, the former boyfriend of Taylor Swift took part in an impromptu Q&A with fans during in which he gave surprisingly candid responses to questions about his recent breakup.


When asked why he hasn’t spoken out more about the dissolution of their relationship, Wiles reportedly wrote:

She controlled the media and this situation, I had no idea what was going on. So that kind of makes it a lot worse from my perspective.


On who dumped who, he said:

I didn’t leave anyone and she’s def not sad. It’s all good.

And, on whether or not he’s jealous of Swift for moving on so quickly:

not jealous sir, FREE

He went on. And on. And on.

These are immensely fun and satisfying to read, as they appear to confirm things about their relationship that many of us have suspected for a while—specifically that it was at least partly a business arrangement or publicity stunt—but now the question is: were the now-deleted comments actually posted by him?

Though several sources have confirmed the comments were, in fact, posted under his name and are not Photoshopped, no one—not even Gossip Cop—has been able to confirm whether or not Wiles himself did the posting. With the recent string of celebrity Twitter hacks, it wouldn’t be hard to believe that Wiles’s account was compromised—but why not just say that?


I’m going to take his silence as confirmation that he’s behind the comments, but what about all of you?


Images via Instagram/Getty.

Staff Writer, Jezebel | Man

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JujyMonkey: unstable genius

It’s so strange that the popular narrative is so intent on making this woman into a villain. She’s makes perfectly innocuous music that a lot of people seem to dig and she’s not an obnoxious creep about her success. Where is there a problem that necessitates this?