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Taylor Swift is well-known to the public, to keep their political opinions quiet, and for good reason.
Other than that, for only a couple of copies — one for her 2018, with the approval of Democrat Phil Bredesen, in Tennessee’s Senate race — the Swift has remained relatively mum out of fear it will hurt her career.
Specifically, the Swift does not want a repeat of what happened to the Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines in 2003, when she told me that she and the band were “ashamed” that then-President George W. Bush of Texas, which resulted in the band being banned from some radio stations, and a decline in sales.
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“I just saw a comment ended up as a powerful government, and it terrified me,” a Quick, 30, told Variety. “In this age of social media, people can be so upset about something one day and then forget what they were upset about it for a couple of weeks ago. That is, it is fake outrage. But what happened to the Dixie Chicks was a real sense of outrage. I am a registered (and that is always a comment away from being done, in order to make music.”
But in 2018, it Soon felt like they had no choice but to get her approval.
“It was a situation where, from a human population perspective, and of my moral compass telling me what I should do, but I knew that I was good at it, and I really don’t care about the consequences,” “the Lover,” the singer said. “My father is afraid of the threats against my safety, and my life, and he will have to see how much harassment we have to deal with on a day to day basis, and know that this is his child. This is where it comes from.”
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Another one of Swift’s shows off her political side came out with her video for “You Need to Calm down, during which a pro-LGBT themes, and it won her the Vanguard Award from GLAAD.
“In order to celebrate it, but do not favor it felt wrong to me,” she said of her LGBTQ fan base. “With my voice to try to make the case it was the only one to make the right choice. As I’ve talked about equality and sing about it in songs like ” Welcome to New York, but we are at a point where human rights are being violated. If you’re saying that some people can be kicked out of a restaurant because of who they love or how they identify, and those are actually the policy that some politicians are vocal, they are, and they disguise them as family-values, that is, it is in the plan. So, so, so dark.”
Swift also proved to be the outlet for her mother Maureen, 62, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.
“She was going through chemo, and that it is difficult for a person to go through this,” said the Grammy winner. “While she was going through treatment, they found a brain tumor.”
Taylor Swift told that’s how to cope with the diagnosis, it is “difficult” for her family.
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“I mean, we don’t know what’s going to happen,” she explained. “We don’t know what type of treatment we are going to choose. It was just a decision to make at the time, but for now, what’s going on.”
In a song titled, “Soon, You’ll Get Better” to Taylor Swift’s new album, ” dedicated to her mother’s recovery.
“It was really, really, really hard to write, and it was a family decision, or even be on the album,” she admitted. “We as a family have decided to put this on the album, and it’s something that I’m proud of it, but it is very difficult for you. I may not be able to sing. It’s hard to just have to emotionally deal with that song.”
Andrew Swift for the first time, and was diagnosed with cancer in 2015, and then went into remission. Taylor Swift revealed in the Elle magazine last year that she had to fight against the terrible disease.
“I’ve had to learn how to deal with a serious illness in my family. Both of my parents have had cancer, and my mother is now in her fight with the weather,” Taylor Swift wrote in a personal essay for the publication.
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“I have learned that there are real problems, and then it’s all,” she added. “My mother is a cancer, it is a real problem. In the past, I was so worried about the day to day ups and downs. I’ll give all my worries, stress, and our real problems right now.”
Fox News’ Jessica in Rome contributed to this report.