Did Jake Gyllenhaal just troll Taylor Swift's Red Album?

Jake Gyllenhaal is raising eyebrows after appearing in a W Magazine feature that appeared to reference Taylor Swift, whose latest album, Red (Taylor's Version), is chock-full of lyrics speculated to be about the actor. In a portrait taken by photographer Tim Walker, Jake is seen wearing a crimson button-down shirt with matching heart-shaped sunglasses resting on his head. As it is known, Taylor rocked similar-looking frames in her 22 music video from her Red era, prompting speculations that the accessory was a nod to the singer. As if it didn't already create a frenzy amongst fans, InStyle noted in an online story that the picture's original caption read: "Red (Jake's Version)." Needless to say, Swifties had thoughts about that too. Taylor was romantically linked to Jake for three months in 2010 and some of the songs from her 2012's Red were about the fallout from their relationship. So, when the musician released a re-recording of the album and added new scathing lyrics to her smash hit All Too Well – people were waiting to see how Jake would respond.