Taylor Swift accuses Kim Kardashian creating disrespect and shameful

Taylor Swift accuses Kim Kardashian creating disrespect and shameful

On August 20, Taylor Swift is on the cover of the September 2019 issue of Vogue, on nationwide. The 29-year-old studio entertainer had to discuss this with the Magazine.

Perhaps a year or two earlier, [ Todrick Hall ] and I were in the vehicle and he requested me, “What would you do if your child were homosexual?” He had to tell me the reality. I was shocked and made me realize that I wasn’t evident enough or noisy enough about my situation.

If my son had been homosexual, he would have been homosexual. The question I don’t comprehend. I can’t think what my supporters in the LGBTQ society might think if he thought that. Realizing that I wasn’t openly evident about that was kind of disastrous.

There are so many methods this album sounds like a fresh start. This album is a love letter to love in all its maddening, enthusiastic, thrilling, enchanting, terrible, dramatic, magnificent beauty.

I don’t believe there’s a lot of people who can really comprehend what it’s like to have millions of people dislike you very loudly… [send] messages to that person to either closed up, vanish, or be viewed as, Kill yourself. I knew that I required to restructure my existence as it feels totally out of reach.

I had to create songs because I realized that was the only direction I could endure it. It was the only place I could maintain my mental health and say the tale of how embarrassing it is to go through something.

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Later this year, @taylorswift will star in a film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats as Bombalurina, the flirtatious red cat. “They made us the size of cats by making the furniture bigger,” she says. “You’d be standing there and you could barely reach the seat of a chair. It was phenomenal. It made you feel like a little kid.” But first, she will spend much of the summer holding “secret sessions”—a tradition wherein Swift invites hundreds of fans to her various homes to preview her new music. “They’ve never given me a reason to stop doing it,” she says. “Not a single one.” Speaking of: Inquiring fans will want to know if Swift dropped any more clues about how to decode Lover during her September cover story interview. Tap the link in our bio to find out. Photographed by @inezandvinoodh, styled by @tonnegood, written by @abbyaguirre, Vogue, September 2019.

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