Taylor Swift ex Joe Alwyn cheated? Blind item revisited after news of split announced

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 28: Joe Alwyn attends the 2022 Gotham Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on November 28, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Rumors have circulated that the breakup of superstar singer Taylor Swift and her nearly seven-year-old partner, Joe Alwyn, was due to infidelity.

After meeting at the Met Gala in 2016, the couple began secretly dating. They were so private that when Joe was asked about his relationship with the pop star in an interview with British Vogue, he declined to comment.

According to People magazine, Joe Alwyn and Taylor Swift ended their relationship “a few weeks ago,” much to the surprise of Swifties.

Entertainment Tonight was the first to break the story, citing an unnamed source. As a result, speculation about what caused such an abrupt split between two notoriously private people has been rife.

According to a source, their split was not “dramatic” and that “the relationship had simply run its course.” It is why he hasn’t been seen at any shows.

With Taylor and Joe’s unexpected breakup, rumors have circulated that infidelity may have been involved.

Fans have scoured the internet for evidence to back up this theory, and while they look, it was recently reported that the “Anti-Hero” singer visited London earlier this month.

She reportedly spent the Easter holiday with the British actor filming his upcoming film during a brief break in her tour schedule.

In an April 11 blind item, it said:

“The A+ list singer did some striking back of her own by throwing the foreign-born actor under the bus about his lack of career.”

“Will she go really deep and talk about the cheating or save it for new music?”

The intriguing blind item was shared on Twitter by a Swiftie account, who claimed Joe had cheated on Taylor.

It sparked speculation among her fans, who looked to her “Eras Tour” performances for clues, particularly her surprise songs.

The blonde bombshell surprised the crowd at her Houston, Texas, concert with a performance of her hit “You’re Not Sorry.”

The song expresses her refusal to accept an apology from a former partner who has demonstrated their untrustworthiness. As a result, some fans blamed Joe Alwyn for the song’s choice, with one asking on Twitter:

“What did you do Joe Alwyn?”

The alleged infidelity quickly spread among her friends and fans, resulting in a massive backlash against Joe.

They formed their perspectives on what had occurred, with one person writing on Twitter:

“Joe Alwyn was not only a cheater, but apparently Taylor only became aware this week.”