Fans admire Taylor for reclaiming the snake stereotype. They are anticipating Taylor will set the record straight when her album "Reputation" drops on November 30. The Telegraph wrote:
If Swift is indeed commenting on her slithery reputation, it wouldn't be the first time she has turned her tabloid persona on its head through her music. For instance, condemnation in the press over her dating life previously resulted in a video for her single Blank Space that depicted her as a volatile, man-eating crazy-woman.
Kim Kardashian called Taylor out on National Snake Day, arguing the pop star played the victim in her feud with Kanye. She said that Taylor knew about Kanye's intentions with his "Famous" video, but Taylor's camp said she didn't give consent on her image to be used in nudity.
For years, critics have called Taylor a white feminist—and not in a good way. Critics argue Taylor not only plays the role of the white female victim, but she is only a feminist when it benefits her the most.
Taylor was already popular in 2009. When Kanye snatched the mic from her at the 2009 Video Music Awards and denounced her award, she became even more popular. But many sympathized with the young pop star, she was winning one of her first big awards—Best Female Video—and he took her moment away.
Thank God that Beyoncé allowed Taylor to give an acceptance speech when the "Single Ladies" diva won Video of the Year.
But Taylor loves to feud with other celebrities it seems. Just look at her beef with Katy. It all started when Katy apparently stole Taylor's backup dancers. Taylor called Katy a backstabber, but it's how Taylor has kept the beef going that has many calling her petty.
Katy has said she wants to end the feud, but it seems as though Taylor is uninterested. After all, Taylor did re-release her catalog on Spotify the same day Katy's newest LP, "Witness," dropped. SHADY!