So where exactly does Leo come in? Well in 'The Man', Taylor sings: "And they would toast to me, oh, let the players play / I'd be just like Leo in Saint Tropez."
The lyric is a not-so-subtle dig at the Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood actor's annual foundation gala, held in Saint Tropez.
Saint Tropez also happens to be the vacation spot Leo normally takes his numerous (much younger) girlfriends.
There is a serious case to be made for the questionable nature of Leo's dating history, and yet the Oscar winner remains a respected actor and public figure, and as Taylor rightly points out, this would probably not be the case if it was a woman continuously dating much younger men.
Don't worry Leo fans, 'The Man' isn't a 'call-out', other lyrics also highlight the double standards she has felt in her own life, especially when it comes to the public judging her relationships.
"They'd say I played the field before / I found someone to commit to / And that would be okay for me to do / Every conquest I had made would make me more of a boss to you."
Her next set of lyrics really hit home for any woman who's been judged for simply being themseves:
"What I was wearing, if I was rude / Could all be separated from my good ideas and power moves."
Love her or hate her, 'The Man' is boss and we stan an honest Queen.