Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Music Is Life, Feb 3, 2019.
Does that excerpt really do anything but confirm what we had surmised about her motives?
...isnt this the exact opposite of what RJF is hoping for? This frames her hesitation as justified due to violence and her finally speaking out as overcoming a great big hurdle. Meaning she likely won't acknowledge her years of silence were to ensure financial gain and how any activism now is her now making up for years she stood silent.
At the very beginning of the quote, someone suggests to her that such a move could potentially halve her audience, and she is also acknowledging how she is late with the support in the same quote...
She’s at Sundance for the premiere tonight.
Those candids are giving me 1989 era flashbacks but ugh why did she have to cut her hair? Also that outfit is definitely a choice.
Love love love the look.
Ddddd why does the quote sound so shady.
"Maybe she should try her mumbling...on another frequency"
The Swifties descending upon Sundance and wreaking havoc is sending me.
The locusts of pop.
Apparently this is one of the major topics addressed in the documentary.
The so-called Juice was...not there.
I actually LOVE her 1989-ish hair, it really suits her like that.
Miss Americana has a score of 88 on Rotten Tomatoes based on its first 8 reviews. Cats and its 20% found dead.
She won’t be attending the Grammys. I wasn’t really expecting this cause it seemed like she was campaigning for Lover (song), but I’m lowkey glad she’s skipping seeing all the controversy surrounding them.
Teflon Swift strikes again.
I mean we guessed it anyway but it's nice to have some kind of confirmation of a new single being pushed.
Can't wait for the video and its concept.
Wait. Best nickname for her since the Empress circa the untouchable 1989 era.
Separate names with a comma.