Stand down Swifties, because Taylor Swift doesn’t have bad blood with Hayley Kiyoko — despite what you might have heard.
In a recent interview with Refinery2 9, Kiyoko, who openly and unapologetically links as LGBTQ, voiced her frustrations with the music the enterprises and get throw in a casket because she sings about dames. Incidentally, she looped in Swift in an effort to express her criticism.
“I’ve had various music industry execs enunciate,’ You’re doing another music video about girls? ’’’ the “Curious” singer said in an interview published last week. “I literally looked at them and was like,’ Um, yeah … Taylor Swift sings about soldiers in every single psalm and video, and no one complains that she’s unoriginal.’”
She lent, “I’m not over-sexualizing my music. I make out with women because I enjoy ladies , not because I’m trying to be sexy. That’s not to become premiers — that’s my life.”
Some read the repeat as Kiyoko “shading” Swift, but Swift didn’t take it that way at all. The “Gorgeous” singer responded to a fan’s explain about the repeat on Tumblr.
“We should salute masters who are brave enough to tell their honest romantic narration through their artwork, and the fact is that I’ve never encountered homophobia and she has, ” Swift remarked. “It’s her claim to call out anyone who has double touchstones about gay vs. straight affection interests.”
The Tumblr user Swift is a response to had noted that Swift herself has said same events about male creators to point out sexism in the industry.
“It is actually very similar to when Taylor back in 2014/2015 would say in interviews how she belief beings are sexist when they announce her out for used to describe her exes but don’t call out beings like Ed Sheeran or Bruno Mars for writing about theirs, ” the devotee said.
“She wasn’t announcing out Ed or Bruno at the time, yet instead criticizing how the means and the public manipulate the situation. Hayley appears to be doing the same.”
During an appearance on an Australian radio show in 2014, Swift pointed out the unfair standard of people who didn’t approve of her singing about past relationships.
“You’re going to have people who are going to say,’ Oh, you are familiar, like, she only writes songs about her ex-boyfriends, ’” she replied, according to Time. “And I ponder frankly that’s a very sexist angle to take. No one says that about Ed Sheeran. No one says that about Bruno Mars. They’re all writing sungs about their exes, their current girlfriends, their making love, and no one conjures the red flag there.”
And in the end, events used to work with Kiyoko, as she responded to Swift’s Tumblr observations via Twitter on Saturday.
”[ Love] and regard to @taylorswift13 and all the brave masters out there sharing their actuality with “the worlds”, ” she tweeted. “I appreciate you. We maintain climbing.”