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I miss the 2000s because there were so many fashion trends and moments when it was encouraged to look like a hot-ass mess. The Instagram age is this weird era of control and perfection and “eyebrows on fleek” blah blah like I miss when everyone walked around with last night’s eyeliner still on while wearing 25 stupid accessories at once dressed like you slept in trash or whatever.

to the people praising taylor swift’s new music video as though it isn’t just another manipulative expression of her victim complex (faux self-mocking included) and that she’s somehow above profiting from someone else’s suffering… here’s a reminder that she chose her close friend joseph kahn to direct that video. this is who joseph kahn is. this is who taylor swift supports.

So, let's talk about Taylor Swift. 🐍

With the release of the video for “Look What You Made Me Do”, people have been noticing some… Things.
It all started with people hinting that the albums release date for November 10th was a subtle reference to the anniversary of the passing of Kanye West’s mother, Donda West. Although Taylor’s publicists insist it’s all a coincidence, some fans aren’t buying it.
Later on at the VMA awards, Swift unveiled the video and publicly released it to YouTube, where more “coincidences” were quickly called out. The first being when Swift lies in a bathtub full of jewelry, admiring her ring while singing the line “I don’t like your perfect crime”, which many people thought was a nod towards Kim Kardashian’s 2016 robbery, where she was gagged, put in a bathtub, and held at gunpoint while her jewelry was stolen.
Although it’s supposed to be a reference to a quote from Swift, talking about her character in her last album who “jet sets around the world collecting men”, gets left, and sits “crying in a bathtub full of pearls”, many people still think it has a double meaning.
Soon after that scene, Taylor cuts in with a scene depicting a car crash, with the car door opening to reveal Swift lying back in her seat holding a Grammy award. This is almost unquestionably a reference to Kanye West’s violent 2002 car accident(the same year that he won a Grammy), where he nearly died, was put in the hospital with severe injuries, and had to have his jaw rewired. What’s more is that this scene is furthered by the fact that later in the video, the same car explodes as she walks away from it. I wonder if she’s telling Kanye to crash and burn?
Finally, Swift is seen in the video holding a chainsaw on top of the wing of a jet airliner. She saws off the wing, and it falls to the ground, where later the same jet is seen in full view behind her and her alter-egos. In that shot, it appears that the jet in the video is also the same as Kanye West’s private jet, just painted gold. Once again, she’s subtly sending the message that she wants Kanye to crash and burn.
Even though some people think he deserves the drag because of his video for “Famous”, in which he showed a nude figure of Taylor Swift in his bed, calling her “that bitch” and saying “I still might f*ck Taylor”, others think she’s gone a bit too far in response, especially because of the mention of the robbery and hinting towards the anniversary of the death of Donda West.
All of that aside, it’s hard to find the humour in someone mocking someone else’s near-death experience, violent robbery, and possibly someone’s mother’s death, as well as numerous fans speculating that she’s copying Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” and “Formation” in several scenes.
When you consider that her problem with the Kardashian/West family is over a speech interruption, video gone wrong(that she apparently knew about beforehand), and a lyrical disagreement, it becomes clear that she’s gone a bit too far in mocking their robbery, violent car accident that nearly resulted in death, and tragic death of Kanye’s mother post-surgery, all for a video.
But hey, she broke the Vevo record.

anonymous asked:

I don't particularly care about the Kim K sex tape but I don't really respect her or her sisters for the messages they send or the way they act.

What messages they send or what way they act? The only message I get from Kourtney is to put your children first, to end a toxic relationship even if it’s with someone you thought was the love of your life, to do what’s best for you and your kids even if it’s hard. From Kim I get the message that family comes first, no matter what. She’d do anything for her kids, she’d do anything for her sisters. Whilst she was held at gunpoint her concerns weren’t about herself, they were for her kids who would grow up without her, they were for Kourtney who would have come home to find her body, they were for her mum who would have to be told her daughter was gone. Like, Kim is so completely family oriented and I love that about her. Khloe I get the message to love yourself, and if you’re not happy with something about yourself, work damn hard until you get to a place where you can look in the mirror and say “Damn, I really do love myself”.

Like, what’s the issue? That they take some risqué selfies?? That they’re proud of who they are? That they’re beautiful women who know they’re beautiful and aren’t ashamed to show it? That they’re successful businesswomen with their own stores, make up, perfume and clothing brands, and they do all that whilst still putting value on how they look? Because honestly, I cannot understand any of the hate towards Kim, Kourtney and Khloe being anything but internalised misogyny 🤷🏽‍♀️

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How pathetic… because they can’t find other ways to hate or insult Taylor, they believe Taylor’s intentionally dropping her album on that day cause it’s the same day as Kanye’s mother’s death.

We all know Taylor isn’t that person. She loves her mom very much and not too long ago, announced her mother’s battle against cancer. She also wrote The Best Day. Look What You Made Me Do may be a response to Kimye, but only to do with THEM. Not their family, not their parents or ancestors or children. Not Donda or North or Kim’s siblings. It’s a response to THEM.

It’s pathetic and such a reach. The label/group has already responded that the album dropping on that day isn’t because of this. But you know what I find sick? The fact that if they really called for Donda West, are they seriously using her death and anniversary of death to CHAMPION hatred towards Taylor Swift? That’s fucking disgusting. Kanye stans have hit a NEW low.