It’s the new single -Look What You Made Me Do- from Taylor Swift that’s causing a ruckus on Twitter. Remember Beyoncé‘s formation?
According to the internet, the country musician has “appropriated” Beyoncé‘s move. Guess the internet is not smiling over this because it is coming at a time when white musicians are being accused of appropriating black culture to sell their music. Miley Cyrus was the target of Twitter’s acerbic tongue not too long ago.
Tayor Swift apperars to have taken over the baton.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 25, 2017
And in 3,2,1, the Twitter voltrons descend:
My daddy Minnesota, mama from North Dakota,
You mix that Starbucks with that Mayonnaise MAKE A TRUMP SUPPORTAAAA pic.twitter.com/Gm8JkJ7nl9
— coffee bae (@iamsashakae) August 25, 2017
My Momma Alabama my Daddy a Ku Klux Klanner, u mix that racist with that racist make a country sangaaa pic.twitter.com/o6KqqhcJ8x
— byron ☭ (@byrunt) August 25, 2017
My daddy Trump supporter, Momma Starbucks drinker,
You mix the mayonnaise with the privilege make a country singer (singer) pic.twitter.com/FE0bPhGOHk
— my name is Hubert (@_MatthewBoomin_) August 25, 2017
"My daddy alabaster…mama white as slave master. You mix that whiteness with that whiteness, get a career faster…" pic.twitter.com/wLCdOyKMQw
— [kie.ran] (@danblackroyd) August 25, 2017
okay ladies now lets get in caucasian pic.twitter.com/787hS3sYCY
— Bob Vulfov (@bobvulfov) August 25, 2017
okay ladies, now let’s get in appropriation. pic.twitter.com/P6xIVvIPGv
— Hoes are in season (@1MARGIELA) August 25, 2017
"Okay ladies now let's gentrification." pic.twitter.com/B8xL0oxrKl
— Kar (@karlogan_) August 25, 2017
THIS IS TAYLOR'S ***LEMONADE*** DRINK UP HATERS ? pic.twitter.com/NqkMMTVcSV
— Caity Weaver (@caityweaver) August 25, 2017
Beyoncé – "Lemonade"
Taylor Swift – "All Juices Matter" pic.twitter.com/Un1mxXTjpU
— Wale (@Screenplaywale) August 25, 2017
"Okay ladies now let's get in formation, let's show them we ain't got no coordination" pic.twitter.com/anllNpRElB
— MOM (@lipstickthvg) August 25, 2017
Girl, look what you made her do.
Reformed social media monitoring spirit