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    Taylor Swift Receives Support from Joe Alwyn After Slamming Ginny & Georgia, Netflix

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    Taylor Swift recently slammed Ginny & Georgia after the show’s lazy joke about her. Swift’s boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, was among those who were the first to show their support for the singer.

    Taylor Swift | Shutterstock
    Taylor Swift | Shutterstock

    The Netflix show became controversial after they took a dig at the Grammy winner’s personal life. The incident gave rise to “Respect Taylor Swift” as it trended on Twitter. The line from show stated, “What do you care? You go through men faster than Taylor Swift.”

    Once the singer found out about the mention, she took to social media to call out the show and Netflix. She tweeted, “Hey Ginny & Georgia, 2010 called and it wants its lazy, deeply sexist joke back. How about we stop degrading hard working women by defining this horse shit as FuNnY.”

    Swift, who released via Netflix her 2020 documentary, also called out the streaming device. She wrote, “Also, @netflix after Miss Americana this outfit doesn’t look cute on you. Happy Women’s History Month I guess.”

    So far, neither the show nor Netflix has responded to the artist. Meanwhile, she’s been receiving a lot of support from her fans and other stars like Jameela Jamil. Of course, her boyfriend Joe Alwyn, whom she started dating in 2016, also tweeted for the first time this year to like her tweet.

    On the other hand, Jamil, who presented Billboard’s Woman of the Decade Award to Swift in 2019 retweeted her post and captioned it, “Love”.

    Meanwhile, singer Ashe replied with a “f–k. yea” in the Love Story singer’s tweet while Abby Wambach commented, “She said it” together with clapping emojis.

    Todrick Hall showed his support after he  tweeted, “Taylor has bigger balls than any man I’ve ever dated. Let’s make holding people, writers, networks accountable for treating humans like humans and not allowing them to use someone’s personal life as the butt of a joke…”

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    The 31-year-old singer is known for defending herself in public, especially on issues pertaining to sexist double standards. In 2014, she told Esquire, “I think with every celebrity story there has to be a ‘Yeah, but…. Take Beyoncé: She’s incredibly talented, gorgeous, perfect role model for girls, empowering women all over the world. ‘Yeah, but…let’s try to pick at her marriage.’ I think that every celebrity has that. And predominantly women, unfortunately.”

    Swift added, “I would date someone, figure out we weren’t compatible or figure out we didn’t work out, and then we’d break up. That seems like a very normal thing for a young 20-something to do, and that is my biggest scandal.”

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