Here’s Why Taylor Swift’s #WomensMarch Tweet Is Currently Get Trolled In A Big Way
She kept schtum through election season and fans aren't happy now that she's spoken up.
As well as attracting millions of people worldwide, the Women’s March, held over the weekend in protest of Trump’s Inauguration as the 45th president of the USA, also garnered the support of countless big name celebrities.
While many celebs like Rihanna, Miley, and Katy Perry attended the marches, others like Taylor Swift simply tweeted their support to the cause.
“So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched,” she wrote. “I’m proud to be a woman today, and every day.”
So much love, pride, and respect for those who marched. I’m proud to be a woman today, and every day. #WomensMarch
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) January 21, 2017
Sadly for Tay, her impassioned tweet wasn’t exactly met with the rebel yell she was likely expecting.
Instead, many fans called her out for “picking and choosing” when she wanted to be a feminist.
@taylorswift13 you got a bad leg or something? Why didn’t you March?
— Effie (@MetallicKaty) January 21, 2017
As a fan of yours, this is some bullshit. You do not get to pick and choose when feminism benefits you. @taylorswift13
— alyssa (@SOLONIALLRlSE) January 21, 2017
Others were p*ssed that she’d stayed quiet through election season.
@taylorswift13 then why didn’t you say anything during the presidential campaign when we could’ve made it so that this didn’t have to happen
— Rachel (@ladyofthelorde) January 21, 2017
@taylorswift13 but where were you during the entire election?
— Jordan Ross (@jordanrosstv) January 22, 2017
Of course, Tay wasn’t the only celeb who offered support from the sidelines.
Jennifer Lawerence took to Facebook to say she couldn’t attend as she was on filming for a new movie in Budapest.
Let’s just assume Tay had something equally as important on her calendar, yeah?
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