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Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter who is known for her best-selling country pop songs and a massive fan following among the tween and teen demographics. On the web, the pop star has been often discussed on celebrity gossip and entertainment news sites, mainly due to her high-profile relationships, while being targeted by trolls and anti-fans seeking to taint her innocent public image.

Online History

In early 2002, Swift's family launched her official home page on TaylorSwift.com[1], hosting MP3 files of Swift singing cover songs and information about upcoming performances. By age 12, Swift began writing her own songs and within two years, Swift and her family had moved from their home in Pennsylvania to Nashville, Tennessee so she could pursue a music career. She released her self-titled debut album[2] in 2006 when she was 16, which has since been certified Gold in the UK, Platinum in Australia and Canada and 5x Platinum in the United States. Of the album’s 11 songs, Swift wrote three of them herself, including the third single “Our Song” (shown below), whose music video has been viewed nearly 70.7 million times on YouTube.

In November 2007, a Facebook fan page[5] was created for Swift, gaining more than 49.5 million likes as of October 2013. TaylorFan.org[7], the first major fan site for her music, was launched in April 2008. Swift's official VEVO YouTube channel[6] was launched on May 11th, 2009, attracting more than 6.2 million subscribers and 1.7 billion views, averaging nearly 1.1 million views per day as of October 2013. In February 2010, one of the first single topic Tumblr blogs[9] dedicated to sharing photos of the singer daily was created, followed by the launch of a fan-made subreddit[8] that March.

Open Letter to Apple

On June 21st, 2015, Swift posted an open letter to Apple on Tumblr[26] about why she would be withholding her album 1989 from their upcoming music streaming service Apple Music. In the letter, Swift criticizes the company for refusing to pay artists for music streamed during the planned free trial period (shown below).

taylorswift Follow To Apple, Love Taylor I write this to explain why l'll be holding back my album, 1989, from the new streaming service, Apple Music. I feel this deserves an explanation because Apple has been and will continue to be one of my best partners in selling music and creating ways for me to connect with my fans. I respect the company and the truly ingenious minds that have created a legacy based on innovation and pushing the right boundaries I'm sure you are aware that Apple Music will be offering a free 3 month trial to anyone who signs up for the service. I'm not sure you know that Apple Music will not be paying writers, producers, or artists for those three months. I find it to be shocking, disappointing, and completely unlike this historically progressive and generous company This is not about me. Thankfully I am on my fifth album and can support myself my band, crew, and entire management team by playing live shows. This is about the new artist or band that has just released their first single and will not be paid for its success. This is about the young songwriter who just got his or her first cut and thought that the royalties from that would get them out of debt. This is about the producer who works tirelessly to innovate and create, just like the innovators and creators at Apple are pioneering in their field...but will not get paid for a quarter of a year's worth of plays on his or her songs These are not the complaints of a spoiled, petulant child. These are the echoed sentiments of every artist, writer and producer in my social circles who are afraid to speak up publicly because we admire and respect Apple so much. We simply do not respect this particular call I realize that Apple is working towards a goal of paid streaming. I think that is beautiful progress. We know how astronomically successful Apple has been and we know that this incredible company has the money to pay artists, writers and producers for the 3 month trial period... even if it is free for the fans trying it out. Three months is a long time to go unpaid, and it is unfair to ask anyone to work for nothing. I say this with love, reverence, and admiration for everything else Apple has done. I hope that soon I can join them in the progression towards a streaming model that seems fair to those who create this music. I think this could be the platfom that gets it right. But I say to Apple with all due respect, it's not too late to change this policy and change the minds of those in the music industry who will be deeply and gravely affected by this. We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation. Taylor 75,305 notes

That morning, the Tumblr post reached the front page of the /r/Music[32] subreddit. Several hours later, Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue posted a tweet[27] announcing the company had reversed its decision and would pay artists for all music streamed during the free trial (shown below, left). Additionally, Cue tweeted[28] an acknowledgement to Swift's and indie artist's concerns (shown below, right).

な 塩Follow Eddy Cue @cue #AppleMusic will pay artist for streaming, even during customer's free trial period RETWEETS FAVORITES 15,329 20,277 11:29 PM -21 Jun 2015 Eddy Cue @cue + Follow We hear you @taylorswift13 and indie artists. Love, Apple ★塩 RETWEETS FAVORITES 12,524 19,392 躬A 益団駁且 11:30 PM - 21 Jun 2015

That day, Swift tweeted[29] that she was "elated and relieved" and thanked fans for their words of support. In response to the reversal, many Twitter users tweeted jokes asking Swift to solve their other problems, including wiping student loan debt and ending racism (shown below).[30][31]

Peter Chao @Pyrobooby 氊Follow Dear @taylorswift13, Please fix racism Warmest regards, Everyone (except for the racist ones) RETWEETS FAVORITES 10 0 23 11:07 AM - 22 Jun 2015 冠&m Stryker@ @taylorswift13 can you get my student loans forgiven * 塩Follow @sbstryker RETWEETSFAVORITES 15 19 10:12 AM -22 Jun 2015

Also on June 21st, the photography blog Junction10 Photography[33] published an "open response" to Swift, accusing the pop star of hypocrisy for making photographers sign away the rights to their work. In the coming days, many news outlets published articles about open letter, including The Daily What,[34] BBC,[35] The New York Times,[36] CNN,[37] Forbes,[38] The Guardian,[39] Time[40] and Wired.[41]

Feud With Nicki Minaj

After MTV announced the nominations for their annual Video Music Awards in July 2015, which included Swifts video for "Bad Blood" for Music Video of the Year, rapper Nicki Minaj posted a series of tweets criticizing the award ceremony for nominating videos featuring "women with very slim bodies." The tweets resulting in a short Twitter feud between Minaj and Swift, in which Swift later apologized for misinterpreting Minaj's intention.

Groping Trial

In June 2013, Disc Jockey David Mueller allegedly physically assaulted Taylor Swift by reaching under her skirt and grabbing her buttocks during a meet-and-greet photo op. Mueller first sued the singer in 2015 on the basis of slander and for getting him fired from his job at KYGO. Swift quickly counter-sued, stating that Mueller had physically assaulted her while they were posing for a photo and also denied her involvement in his firing.

The incident first received public attention when Taylor Swift was dismissed from Jury duty August 2016, after she said she was unable to be an impartial jury member in an aggravated rape, kidnapping and domestic abuse trial due to her own experience with sexual harassment.

The Mueller v. Swift trial began on August 7th, 2017, with testimonies from both Swift and Mueller. Mueller denied groping her and sued for 3 million in damages while Swift counter sued for sexual assault and a symbolic $1 in damages in the civil suit.


The meet and greet photo of Taylor Swift, David Mueller, and his then girlfriend from 2013 leaked on October 2016 and is a key evidential piece in the trial. In the photo, Mueller’s hand appears to be under her skirt where he allegedly groped her.

On August 10th, 2017, Swift testified and said “he was in the process of grabbing my ass, yes.” when asked about the photo in her testimony. Swift continued describing the incident in her testimony saying "He latched onto my bare ass cheek, and I lurched away uncomfortably.” "The first few milliseconds I thought it was a mistake, but his hand would not let go of my ass cheek." "It was a definite grab. A very long grab.” said the pop star. Swift’s bodyguard and photographer were key witnesses in the trial, saying they saw Mueller touch her inappropriately.


On August 14th, 2017, Swift won her $1 countersuit against David Mueller in the Denver, Colorado federal court. Swift issued the following statement after winning, “I want to thank Judge William J. Martinez and the jury for their careful consideration, my attorneys Doug Baldridge, Danielle Foley, Jay schaudies and Katie Wright for fighting for me and anyone who feels silenced by a sexual assault, and especially anyone who offered their support throughout this four-year ordeal and two-year long trial process.” Swift continued, “I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormous cost of defending myself in a trial like this. My hope is to help those whose voices should also be heard. Therefore, I will be making donations in the near future to multiple organizations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves."

Nelly Furtad。. @NellyFurtado . Aug 1 1 Been in several meet n' greets where radio staff attempt to cross lines. Love @taylorswift13 for fighting 4 women's safety in the workplace. 081 2.6K 6.3K kesha @KeshaRose Aug 14 @taylorswift13 i support you always, and especially right now and admire your strength and fearlessness. truth is always the answer. 49K

Swift received overwhelming support on social media with fans praising her for speaking up against sexual assault. Swift hopes the trial “serves as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts” On twitter, celebrities including Kesha, Nelly Furtado, and James Corden shared supportive messages to the pop star.

James Corden@JKCorden 15h This is brilliant from @taylorswift13 x Taylor Swift Statement Today at 4:59 PM I want to thank Judge William J. Martinez and the jury for their careful consideration, my attorneys Doug Baldridge, Danielle Foley, Jay Schaudies and Katie Wright for fighting for me and anyone who feels silenced by a sexual assault, and especially anyone who offered their support throughout this four-year ordeal and two-year long trial process. I acknowledge the privilege that I benefit from in life, in society and in my ability to shoulder the enormous cost of defending myself in a trial like this. My hope is to help those whose voices should also be heard. Therefore, I will be making donations in the near future to multiple organizations that help sexual assault victims defend themselves." 6.6K 24K

Political Endorsements

On October 7th, 2018, Swift posted to Instagram announcing that she would be voting for Democrats Phil Bresden for Senator and Jim Cooper for House of Representatives. She stated that while she has been "reluctant" to voice her political opinions in the past, "several events in (her) life and in the world in the past two years" caused her to feel "very differently about that now." She also stated:

I always have and always will cast my vote based on which candidate will protect and fight for the human rights I believe we all deserve in this country. I believe in the fight for LGBTQ rights, and that any form of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender is WRONG. I believe that the systemic racism we still see in this country towards people of color is terrifying, sickening and prevalent.

The post gained over 1.5 million likes in less than 24 hours.[56] The post was covered by multiple media outlets, including Huffington Post,[57] NBC News,[58] and Washington Post.[59] Many compared the statement to Kanye West's recent political support of Donald Trump. On /r/BlackPeopleTwitter, tweets from people surprised they found themselves aligned with Swift over Kanye West gained tens of thousands of points, including tweets by @H0ustonPA (17,000 points. Shown below, left), @kashanacauley (38,000 points. Shown below, middle), and @eclecticbrotha (26,000 points. Shown below, right).

HoustonPA @HOustonPa Follow The Black Delegation would like to trade Kanye West for Taylor Swift. ASIANS 10:57 PM-7 Oct 2018 297 Retweets 1,491 Likes Kashana @kashanacauley Someone should probably start a support group for those of us who originally picked the wrong side of the Kanye/Taylor Swift debate. Ragnarok Lobster @eclecticbrotha Follow Taylor Swift cares more about black people than Kanye West and now I need to lay down because l got a headache just from tweeting that. 4:50 AM-8 Oct 2018 657 Retweets 3,214 Likes


In November 2007, a Facebook fan page[5] was created for Swift, gaining more than 49.5 million likes as of October 2013. TaylorFan.org[7], the first major fan site for her music, was launched in April 2008. Swift's official VEVO YouTube channel[6] was launched on May 11th, 2009, attracting more than 6.2 million subscribers and 1.7 billion views, averaging nearly 1.1 million views per day as of October 2013. In February 2010, one of the first single topic Tumblr blogs[9] dedicated to sharing photos of the singer daily was created, followed by the launch of a fan-made subreddit[8] that March.

Taylor Swift's Biggest Fan Contest

Taylor Swift's Biggest Fan Contest was an online voting contest held by Boston radio station Kiss 108 FM in July 2013. Fans were encouraged to submit 137-character essays about why they were Swift's biggest fan, which would then be voted on by other internet users in order to win a meet-and-greet with the pop star at a local concert. An entry written by 39-year-old Charles Z. was linked to 4chan on July 15th by an anonymous user who asked other posters to spare a vote for him. By July 16th, Charles Z. had taken the lead, however, Kiss 108 cancelled the event on July 19th, stating that it had been "compromised."

쉬) 21%-7:40 PM Boards >http://steamcommunity.com/id/xchocosnipex Anonymous(ID: rhqH9OLP) File: (7 KB, 225x225, images.jpg) /b/ - Random /b/493437096 07/15/13(Mon)18:18 No. 493437096 This is Taylor Swift. She's f----- hot, you know it. A local radio station has a contest going to give some lucky teeny bopper a chance to meet her. My creepy 39 year old friend named Charles would like to cruslh all those girls dreams(and then sniff Taylor Swifts hair cuz he's into that), by winning this instead. He's made it to 25th place out of over 3000 applicants with just his friends support but he's hitting a plateau. Help him crush the dreams of these girls and give him a chance to make a complete ass of himself by blatantly just sniffing her hair with cameras rolling. Click the link. TLDR: Click the link to help a fat old guy creep on Taylor Swift irl and troll a bunch of whiny teeny boppers Link: http://www.kiss108.com/t/?2j6 276 posts and 53 image replies omitted Anonymous(ID: cAdfHobx) 0715/13(Mon)19:37 No. 493450852 Voted and bumping Anonymous(ID: dHKdMQ4E) 07/15/13(Mon)19:37 No. 493450910 OP you have my support Vote Charles! Miami Lakes Kia - Sales Event Search Inventory & Daily Specials HELPCHARLES MEET TAYLOR SWIFT YOU JUST HELPED CHARLES Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Tweet Share on Google+ Share on Tumblr tumblr + fLike 3.7k WHAT THEY HAD TOSAY L0 I'm a 39 year old man and I love Taylor so much and don't care that both adults and children mock me for it. But I feel 22 if that helps. #ad -Charles Z.

"Aryan Goddess"

In 2013, Pinterest[43] user Emily Pattinson began posting troll quotes that feature images of Swift captioned with various quotes attributed to Adolf Hitler (shown below). On August 30th, BuzzFeed[44] published an article about the Pinterest page, followed by the Internet humor blog Smosh[42] the next month.

"Do not compare vourself to others. If you do so, C0 you are insulting yourself." Taylor Swift IS histo that makes heroes it is heroes that make history." "Terror is only justice: prompt, severe and inflexible; it is then an emanation of virtue; it is less a distinct principle than a natural consequence of the general principle of dernocracy applied to the most pressing wants of the country."

On August 20th, 2014, the white supremacist news site The Daily Stormer[46] published an article titled "Aryan Goddess Taylor Swift Accused of Racism for Behaving Like an Ape in a Music Video." On December 15th, 2015, The Daily Stormer[47] referred to Swift as "an Aryan Supergoddess" in an article titled "Memification: Top Feminist Calls Taylor Swift a Nazi." On March 12th, 2016, a Facebook[45] page titled "Taylor Swift for Fascist Europe" was launched, gathering more than 20,800 likes in the next three months. On May 11th, Breitbart[42] published an article by technology editor Milo Yiannopoulos, which outlined how Swift gained a significant online following among members of the alt-right. On May 23rd, Vice[48] published an article titled "Can't Shake it Off: How Taylor Swift Became a Nazi Idol." The following day, NPR[49] published an article about Swift's white supremacist fandom titled "Taylor Swift, Aryan Goddess?"

Taylor Swift’s Belly Button

Taylor Swift’s Belly Button is a popular topic of online discussions and obsession among the fans of the singer and her belly button, mainly due to the celebrity’s long-standing reluctance towards wearing clothes that expose her navel. The topic was first brought to mass attention in August 2014 after New York Magazine published an article titled “There’s No Proof Taylor Swift Has a Belly Button."

Kanye Interrupts

Kanye Interrupts, also known as I'mma Let You Finish, refers to the on-air mishap that occurred during Swift's acceptance speech for Best Female Video during the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye West stormed on stage, taking the microphone from her to declare Beyonce had “one of the best music videos of all time.” After the incident, viewers began photoshopping images of Kanye interrupting other things, during his speech into a snowclone template to create appropriate captions.


I Knew You Were Trouble

I Knew You Were Trouble is the title of the third single from Swift's 2012 studio album Red. In February 2013, the high-pitched chorus of the song became a popular subject for audio-spliced mashup songs and parodies featuring similarly high-pitched notes sampled from a range of viral videos. On February 3rd, 2013, YouTuber Goosik uploaded the first remix of the song, editing audio from the Yelling Goat video into its dubstep-influenced chorus (shown below). As of October 2013, there are more than 165,000 search results on YouTube for "I Knew You Were Trouble parody."[3]

Feminist Taylor Swift

Feminist Taylor Swift[4] is a novelty Twitter account that parodies Swift's song lyrics, turning them into feminist commentary. The account was created by Rhode Island-based blogger Clara Beyer on June 12th, 2013 and began with a tweet parodying lyrics from the 2009 single "You Belong With Me". Within two days, the account accrued more than 7,100 followers and has broken more than 112,000 followers as of October 2013.

Do lt ▼ 步Follow FeministTaylorSwift @feministtswift We made quite a mess babe / Its probably better off this way / But I confess babe / Its kind of sexist to expect me to clean it up by myself Reply Retweet ★ Favorite Storify More 399 RETWEETS FAVORITES 236 8:53 PM-1 Sep 13 Do lt ▼ 步Follow FeministTaylorSwift @feministtswift And you know I wanna ask you to dance right there / In the middle of the parking lot / Because your consent is important to me / Yeah Reply Retweet ★ Favorite Storify More 312 RETWEETS FAVORITES 208 12:48 PM-3 Oct 13 Do lt ▼ 步Follow FeministTaylorSwift @feministtswift When you think Tim McGraw /I hope you think my favorite song / And how I critiqued its reinforcement of gender norms /Yet still enjoyed it Reply Retweet ★ Favorite Storify More 413 RETWEETS FAVORITES 265 6:48 PM-24 Aug 13

"Shake It Off"

On August 18th, 2014, the TaylorSwiftVEVO YouTube channel released the music video for Swift's song "Shake It Off," featuring scenes in which Swift wears costumes while performing a variety of dances, including ballet, break dance, twerking and cheerleading (shown below).

The same day, rapper Earl Sweatshirt from the group Odd Future posted several tweets condemning Swift's video for "perpetuating black stereotypes" and for being “inherently offensive and ultimately harmful," while admitting he hadn't watched the video (shown below).

EARL @earlxsweat Follow perpetuating black stereotypes to the same demographic of white girls who hide their prejudice by proclaiming their love of the culture 10:51 PM-18 Aug 2014 11,224 RETWEETS 9,183 FAVORITES 令乜★ EARL @earlxsweat Follow haven't watched the tavlor swift video and I don't need to watch it to tell you that it's inherently offensive and ultimately harmful 10:47 PM- 18 Aug 2014 9,156 RETWEETS 8,678 FAVORITES

The same day, the women's interest blog Jezebel published an article criticizing Swift's video for being a "cringeworthy mess." Also on August 18th, Tumblr[19] user Orhgasm defended Swift in a post claiming that nothing about the video was racist. In the first 24 hours, the post gained over 1,500 notes. Meanwhile, Mashable[14] published a compilation of Twitter reactions to the music video. In the coming days, several other news sites published articles about the video controversy, including The Daily Dot,[15] Daily Beast,[16] Metro [17]and Billboard.[18]

No, It's Becky

In April 2012, Tumblr user Yallarebrutalizingme[23] uploaded a black-and-white picture of a young Taylor Swift with a description claiming that the girl depicted in photograph was her friend in high school who supposedly died from overdose after snorting marijuana at a party one night. Soon, Tumblr user bitch-pudding[24] re-blogged the photograph with a comment rebutting that it is a high school photograph of Taylor Swift, to which another Tumblr user dundermilfllin[25] sarcastically responded by saying "no, it's becky" (shown below). In the following two years, the Tumblr post gained more than 175,000 notes, giving rise to the phrase as a popular in-joke among Taylor Swift's fans on the site.

You reblogged dylan-saunders is-sex 30,340 delete edit dundermilfflin bitch-pudding This is a picture of my friend Becky. She used to be a happy, popular girl until one night she snorted marijuana at a party. She died instantly. Please, don't do marijuana. It's the most dangerous drug out there. Please don't wind up like Becky. pretty sure that's Taylor Swift no its becky

Then on September 25th, 2014, about a week after Swift created her first Tumblr account, the singer posted a picture of herself wearing a T-Shirt which reads "no, it's Becky" to her Tumblr page.[22] Within 24 hours, the post gained over 18,000 notes and the photograph of Swift wearing the t-shirt was covered by many entertainment news and celebrity gossip sites, including MTV News[20] and PopCrush.[21]

no its beck T. S. 91

Taylor Swift™ No Copyright Infringement Intended is a phrase used to mock Taylor Swift’s aggressive pursuit defense of the copyright on her lyrics and name, most frequently on Tumblr, where users paste the copyright notice after using a number or phrase that can also be found in a Taylor Swift song or song title.

InfoSec Taylor Swift

InfoSec Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) is a novelty Twitter account that offers humorous commentaries and advice on information security and cyberwarfare in the voice of Taylor Swift. The account was launched in April 2014 with a helpful tip on how to protect one's computer from The HeartBleed Bug.

"Bad Blood" Cover Parodies

On May 17th 2015, Taylor Swift released a music video for her single "Bad Blood" during the Billboard Music Awards, but had been releasing promotional images for several weeks prior, as she revealed the many celebrities who were joining the video's cast. Taylor Swift fans quickly began to parody these images, which were styled in the manner of an action film.



On June 1st, 2016, E! News[50] reported that Swift had broken up with DJ Calvin Harris after dating for nearly a year and a half. On June 3rd, the hashtag #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause[54] began trending on Twitter, accompanied by joke tweets containing humorous reasons to break up with the pop star (shown below). That day, the news sites Mic,[52] TeenVogue[53] and Refinery 29[51] published articles accusing the hashtag of being driven by sexism and misogyny.

Math Man @math tagger Follow #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause she wouldn't stop talking about her exes. I mean every song at every concert is a bit much 6:16 AM 3 Jun 2016 다 28 ep 67 Donald J. Trump @rea1Dona1d7rump Follow #lDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause my daughter is way hotter 6:30 AM 3 Jun 2016 46 93 Luke. Possibly? @LackingStock Follow #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause I'm a vampire and she's got Bad Blood 6:05 AM 3 Jun 2016 わt37 21 Dreamweasel @Dreamweasel Follow #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause she's only a 9.75, and I DO have standards 6:04 AM-3 Jun 2016 다 16 34


The Taylor Swift Anti-Fandom often criticize her insincerity to the public along with her dating life. Swift is criticized for being a serial dater and involving herself in public disputes with other celebrities. The anti-fandom also condemn her image on a political stance claiming she is "feminist’s nightmare."[55]

Taylor Swift Is Over

“Taylor Swift is Over" is an expression spread online by critics of Taylor Swift, speculating that her career in the music industry has come to an end. The phrase began circulating after her ex-boyfriend and music producer Calvin Harris claimed that Swift had been trying to tarnish his reputation over their collaboration on Harris’ 2016 house song “This is What You Came For.”

Taylor Swift Is a Satanist Clone

Taylor Swift Is a Satanist clone is a celebrity conspiracy theory which posits that the American singer-songwriter is a clone of Zeena Schreck, a Berlin-based American artist and musician who had served as the High Priestess and the spokesperson of the Church of Satan, mainly due to the perceived resemblance between the two.

Taylor Swift Is a Snake

Taylor Swift Is a Snake is a catchphrase used to smear the American pop singer-songwriter as a deceitful manipulator in the light of her post-breakup dispute with Calvin Harris, Scottish musician and her ex-boyfriend, as well as an unrelated controversy stemming from her reaction to the lyrics of Kanye West's 2016 rap single "Famous", both of which became high publicized in July 2016. The phrase is mainly used in the form of emoji and comment spamming on her Instagram account. Taylor later parodied this persona of her in the music video for her song Look What You Made Me Do.

Personal Life

Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13th, 1989 in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. At She received her first Grammy nomination in 2008, and the following year, her second album Fearless became the best-selling record of 2009. As of October 2013, she has released four studio albums and has won 179 awards[10], including twelve Billboard Music Awards, eleven Country Music Awards and seven Grammy Awards. She is known for having many high-profile relationships[11] with other musicians and actors including Joe Jonas, Twilight's Taylor Lautner and John Mayer. She also maintains active profiles on Twitter[12] and Instagram[13], where she has more than 35.7 million and 6.7 million followers respectively.

Search Interest

External References

[1] Taylor Swift.com – Home (Archive from 6/8/2002)

[2] Wikipedia – Taylor Swift (Album)

[3] YouTube – Search Results for "I Knew You Were Trouble parody"

[4] Twitter – @FeministTSwift

[5] Facebook – Taylor Swift

[6] YouTube – Taylor Swift VEVO

[7] TaylorFan.org – Home

[8] Reddit – /r/TaylorSwift

[9] tswiftdaily.com (formerly a Tumblr) – TSwift Daily

[10] Wikipedia – List of awards and nominations received by Taylor Swift

[11] Billboard – Taylor Swift's Boyfriend Timeline: 10 Relationships & Their Songs

[12] Twitter – @taylorswift13

[13] Instagram – taylorswift

[14] Mashable – Taylor Swift Music Video Reactions

[15] The Daily Dot – Taylor Swift Shake it Off

[16] Daily Beast – Cant Shake Off Taylor Swifts Cultural Appropriation?

[17] Metro – Is Taylor Swifts Video for Shake it Off Racist?

[18] Billboard – Earl Sweatshirt – Taylor Swift Shake it Off Video

[19] Tumblr – As a proud ass black man

[20] MTV – Taylor Swift Wears ‘No Its Becky’ Shirt, Internet Officially Done

[21] PopCrush – Taylor Swift Wears ‘No Its Becky’ Shirt, Internet Freaks Out

[22] Tumblr – taylorswift (page unavailable)

[23] Tumblr – Yallarebrutalizingme's Post (defunct)

[24] Tumblr – Bitchpudding's Post (page unavailable)

[25] Tumblr – DunderMilfflin's Post (page unavailable)

[26] Tumblr – taylorswift (page unavailable)

[27] Twitter – @cue

[28] Twitter – @cue

[29] Twitter – @taylorswift13

[30] Twitter – @Pyrobooby

[31] Twitter – @sbstryker

[32] Reddit – Taylor Swift calls Apple Music free trial

[33] Junction10 Photography – An Open Response to Taylor Swifts Rant Against Apple

[34] The Daily What (via Wayback Machine) – Hero of the Day

[35] BBC – Apple Music changes policy after Taylor Swift stand

[36] The New York Times – Taylor Swift Criticism Spurs Apple

[37] CNN – Apple caves after Taylor Swift threatens to pull album

[38] Forbes – The Real Message in Taylor Swifts Open Letter to Apple Music

[39] The Guardian – Taylor Swift criticises

[40] Time – Apple Reverses Policy After Taylor Swift Open Letter

[41] Wired – Dont Give Apple Too Much Credit For Bowing to Taylor Swift

[42] Breitbart – Taylor Swift is an Alt-Right Pop Icon

[42] Smosh (via Wayback Machine) – Pinterest Page Attributes Hitler Quotes to Taylor Swift

[43] Pinterest – @poopcutie

[44] BuzzFeed – A Pinterest User Has Been Attributing Hitler Quotes To Taylor Swift

[45] Facebook – Taylor Swift for Fascist Europe (page unavailable)

[46] The Daily Stormer – Aryan Goddess Taylor Swift Accused of Racism for Behaving Like an Ape in a Music Video

[47] The Daily Stormer – Memification – Top Feminist Calls Taylor Swift a Nazi

[48] Vice – Cant Shake it Off

[49] NPR – Taylor Swift Aryan Goddess?

[50] E! News – Swift and Calvin Harris Break Up

[51] Refinery 29 – #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause Is Trending & It's Not Okay

[52] Mic – This Sexist #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause Hashtag is Going Viral

[53] TeenVogue – Theres Already a Disgustingly Sexist Hashtag Celebrating Taylor Swifts Breakup

[54] Twitter – #IDumpedTaylorSwiftBecause

[55] AutoStrattle – A feminist's nightmare

[56] Instagram – Taylor Swift

[57] Huffington Post – Taylor Swift Dives Into Politics, Backs Tennessee Dem Candidate For Senate

[58] NBC News – Taylor Swift's dive into political waters brings out the lovers and haters

[59] Washington Post – Why Taylor Swift’s political activism has a better chance of success than Kanye West’s

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