It looks like Calvin Harris may have finally opened up about how he really feels about his recent breakup from Taylor Swift. On Thursday night, Instagram user @nima_kd left a comment on Harris’ IG page about the situation. “I think if you have told people all the story about you and Taylor and what happened between you, they wouldn’t have hated you,” the user said.
Harris, or someone logged into his account, responded to the comment: “She controlled the media and this situation, I had no idea what was going on. So that kind of makes it a lot worse in my perspective.”
The replies from Harris’ account didn’t stop there. When another fan suggested Harris was “jealous of Taylor now because she moved on and found a new boyfriend,” likely referencing Swift’s new relationship with actor Tom Hiddleston, whoever was using Harris’ account responded to that as well: “Not jealous, sir, FREE…bro I didn’t leave anyone she’s def not sad. It’s all good bro.”
Originally, Harris and Swift put up a united front following their breakup with Harris tweeting, “The only truth here is that a relationship came to an end & what remains is a huge amount of love and respect.” Swift retweeted Harris, but his tweet was deleted at some point after pictures of Swift hanging out with Hiddleston surfaced online. Harris also unfollowed both Swift and her brother, Austin Swift, on social media, but he has since re-followed both.
Calvin Harris to a fan who asked him why he unfollowed Taylor Swift: “Cause I can do what I want” pic.twitter.com/nCjB5IQR9d
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The Instagram comments have all since been deleted and a source close to Harris has denied that he wrote any of them in a statement to Entertainment Tonight. However, the series of tweets from Harris’ account live on because screenshots are forever. In other news, Calvin is still a DJ and dropped a new song with Dizzee Rascal, “Hype,” as the follow up to his music video for “This Is What I Came For”, which features a stunning Rihanna. You can listen to “Hype” below.