Let’s face it. For millennials “pity makes the world go ’round”, and Taylor Swift is the Queen of it. “Poor Me” Barbie kicked off her I’ll destroy your Reputation Tour Tuesday night in Glendale, Ariz., and right on Queue she jumped right into playing the victim for her 60,000 adoring fans. {Her fans are usually made up of spoiled princesses who have to make up adversity to validate their superficial existence so you know they ate the shyt up}.

She referenced her on-going feud with Kim Kardashian-West without saying her name {You know passive aggressive chics stay throwing subs so they can cry when you deliver that work}, but was able to crack her voice on queue and then pretend to “gather the strength” to inform the crowd of what a martyr she was because Kim used “name-calling to bully” her.

The Strength

“A couple of years ago, someone called me a snake on social media and it caught on. And then a lot of people called me a lot of names on social media. And I went through some really low times for a while because of it,” Swift said in a lengthy speech. “I went through sometimes when I didn’t know if I was gonna get to do this anymore.”

I’m so over Aryan Barbie and her tears then pretending she wants no part of this “narrative.” The only reason she keeps going back to this one is because it involves Kanye West who everyone has approved as the “Bad N***er”, so any narrative that involved him she gets to be the frail, alabaster, doe-eyed damsel. 

Never-mind the fact that she usually keeps at least 4 or 5 feuds going simultaneously.

Katy Perry just sent her an olive branch and an apology for their 7-8 year feud and she posted it on social media like it was an unwarranted dick pick in her inbox.

So that’s why I’m asking that we all just NOT. I know that she’s the elite’s approved priestess, but she’s also a grown woman pretending that every tiff she has with someone is this grand offense that she barely survived. She’s rich, white, powerful, and has 107 million followers on Twitter. Saying that she was “bullied” for being called the “snake” she most probably is behind the scenes is disrespectful to the integrity of the word.

I won’t even Opine about the “white privilege” of it all because that’s implied. Only white women get to cry about shyt that does matter while the whole world dries her tears. 

She’s cry about being called a snake then go make a song called “Bad Blood” about Katy Perry. Her little act is so tired. I guess that’s why there’s always this constant stream of “suitors” leaving as quickly as they come. No Shade.

Qmunity I know everyone has a story, but do some of them feel a bit contrived? Qomments are always strongly encouraged!

 

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