The 1975 frontman seemingly addressed the split during a recent concert.
In a moment captured on video and posted online by fans, Healy addresses some signs and messages that were held up during the show, expressing love for the musician.
"My friend had some very, very beautiful signs that said, 'You are loved,'" Healy told the crowd, gesturing at a concertgoer in the audience. "That was very, very kind of you."
"I'm sure that's alluding to..." Healy said, stopping himself before mentioning anyone by name. "As you're aware, I'm not very online at the moment and I'm sure people have just been calling me a c*** relentlessly."
"I’ve not been online, but what I have been with is my boys," Healy continued. "And honestly, as much as I appreciate that, it's so beautiful, and I thank you. But I don't need it, because I've got them."
"Taylor and Matty broke up. They are both extremely busy and realized they're not really compatible with each other," the source said. "Taylor's friends want what's best for her and aren't shocked that their relationship fizzled out since she recently got out of a long-term relationship."
"Taylor and Matty like each other," a source told ET shortly thereafter. "Taylor has a crush on Matty and they are having a good time hanging out. Matty also thinks Taylor is awesome and incredibly talented, too. They dated briefly in the past."
Meanwhile, another source told ET, "Taylor and Matty have been hanging out recently and Jack Antonoff reconnected them."
But their whirlwind romance wasn't without its fair share of controversy. Swift's involvement with The 1975 musician raised eyebrows as observers pointed out the latter's propensity for problematic, self-proclaimed "pranks" and controversial remarks and comments during interviews.