Taylor Swift Internet Bash Continues: The Best of the Memes [PHOTOS & VIDEO]
Taylor Swift rose to fame in 2008 all thanks to the song "Teardrops on My Guitar" which was a song dedicated to a boy who broke her heart. While Swift's heartbreak songs may relate to teens all over the world, some aren't really happy with how Swift would "use" relationships for her hit albums and songs. All thanks to the famous "Haylor" split, Taylor Swift has been bashed and dissed publicly an on the web.
Who wouldn't love Swift? A down-to-earth human being who greatly loves and adores her fans but one way or another her choices greatly affect how others perceive her. Swift might be known as the iconic country crooner who has won countless Grammy awards and others but she's also known to be the "serial dater."
Jumping from one relationship to the next, some have already noticed Swift's way of making it to the top. Simply by writing about her ex-boyfriends and how they broke her heart has been completely tiring. Sure, it has been a method that made Swift's songs reach the Billboard Top 100 but not everyone is happy about how these songs even came to be.
John Mayer who had been targeted by Swift's song, "Dear John" called it completely tasteless. Mayer who had been quite the playboy in the Hollywood scene might be known for his music but not once did he bash his ex-girlfriends in his songs. Swift could definitely learn a thing or two from him.
While Hailie Mathers might have insulted some "Swifties" with her comment of calling Swift a "wh*re" on Twitter, some completely agreed with Eminem's daughter. Miley Cyrus was another celebrity who indirectly dissed Taylor Swift all thanks to a tweet she had reposted on her account which is as follows.
"Miley Cyrus is called a slut when she's been with one guy for almost years while Taylor Swift is treated like a pure, innocent princess when she's been with countless guys in less than a year."
Obviously, not everyone in the business is pleased with Swift's penchant for serial dating. Even Golden Globes 2013 hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made a joking comment on Swift during the show last Sunday.
Internet memes bashing Swift have also filled social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr. Who can blame these people? A trending video on YouTube that talks about Swift being "delusional" has also garnered quite the attention. Check out the video below.
Swift better wake up to all the drama she's trying to pull and focus on other ways to write songs or end up a lonely girl with one hundred cats.