Obviously, then, Swift ended the endless jokes about how many boyfriends she had, a number you can count with one hand. Not surprisingly, five years later, she didn’t feel more intimate about these jokes. In fact, she seemed very tired of them.
On Monday, Swift called out Netflix and its new series “Ginny and Georgia” in a tweet, which is an interesting quote about her. Swift, who has maintained a stable and firm relationship for many years, calls this joke “laziness” and “deep sexism.”
She also seems to be frustrated with Netflix, because Netflix is their hometownAnd her documentary , Can broadcast such jokes at the expense of her.
This is not the first time Swift has opposed the use of hosted services and streaming services that profit from its content. She had previously engaged in a long-term battle with Spotify, and in lobbying, she called on artists to better compensate for their music-. Acknowledging her influence, Apple Music reversed its decision not to pay artists who streamed music during the free three-month trial period.
Before Swift’s tweet was released on Monday, the term “RESPECT TAYLOR SWIFT” had been popular on Twitter throughout the morning in the UK and the US, and fans pointed out that the long-standing disgusting censorship made Swift have been putting up with her romantic choices. It turns out that Swift agrees with the fans’ understanding of this joke. She said: “How do we stop degrading hard-working women by defining this horse shit as FuNnY,” she pointed out that, ironically, March is Women’s History Month.
Netflix did not immediately respond to Swift, nor did it respond to CNET’s request for comment.