AceShowbiz - %cTaylor Swift% is criticized for being 'naked' in her newly-released music video for "...Ready for It?" when she's actually not. Following the controversy, the "Blank Space" singer responded to the critics via Instagram Stories on October 27.
Taylor posted a series of pictures of herself wearing a nude bodysuit, which she also wore in the video. One of the pictures is a selfie of the singer, looking innocently at the camera as she touched her chin. Adding a face with tears of joy emoji, she captioned it, "It truly warms my heart that people had so much to say about this bodysuit."
The Grammy Award winner has sparked controversy after releasing her music video for "...Ready for It?" on October 26. She plays a cyborg character, wearing a nude bodysuit that makes her look naked. Well, it seems some people think that she is really naked and start shaming her.
A Twitter user wrote, "Taylor Swift naked in her video. She's not a good role model. My daughter Jennifer came home crying, we are burning our reputation tour tickets." Another user also expressed his/her anger, saying that people were not being fair to %cMiley Cyrus%, who bared herself in "Wrecking Ball" music video. "America's sweetheart a.k.a Taylor Swift naked is saving the world while Miley is just a s**t asking for attention. I hate double standards..!!" they wrote.
Taylor swift naked in her video shes not a good role model my daughter jennifer came home crying, we are burning our reputation tour tickets— miley (@slaymehoe) 23 Oktober 2017
America's sweetheart aka Taylor Swift naked is saving the world while Miley is just a slut asking for attention
I hate double standards ...‼— Smiler/Daydreamer ♥♥ (@iStanArt) 23 Oktober 2017
Her bodysuit in the clip is not the only one that people talked about. Fans were quick to point out that the clip was a shout-out to her boyfriend %cJoe Alwyn% as they spotted the numbers 89 and 91 written on the wall. They suggested that the numbers referred to Taylor and Joe's birth years, which are 1989 and 1991. Fans also noticed a Chinese calligraphy that read "Joseph," speculating that it referred to Joe instead of the clip director, Joseph Khan.