Tolerating anything Taylor Swift related will always be difficult. She basically built a career by accident. Her albums are full of songs about breaking up with every one of her boyfriends. She doesn’t really sing about anything else and her fanbase is mostly comprised of sad teenagers. They dedicate most of their allowance to the purchase of concert tickets to hear her harrowing hymns which have in turn elevated her to a plateau that would be impossible to fall from. She’s too big to fail like the banks that needed a bailout. Her sales are doing so well that she’s buying property in NYC. Taylor’s the only person excited to move into the Tribeca area as her neighbors already hate her. They’re claiming she draws an abundance of unwanted attention to the area. It won’t be long before Swift writes a hit song about her hater neighbors.
“We don’t need celebrities here that will draw the focus [of] the paparazzi or extra fan attention. [There’s already a] small swarm of teenage girls lurking and swooning outside [Swift’s home regularly],” said an entrepreneur who lives in the neighborhood. “Yes, we have celebrities living here — [but] we like not having conspicuous celebrities here.
Days after it was reported this past October that Swift had purchased the townhouse, someone posted a flier reading “Taylor Swift Can Go F–k Herself” to a Tribeca lamppost.
“There’s one elevator and if she’s coming or going, [her] bodyguards won’t let anyone get in. They’ll hold the elevator on the top floor for 30 [minutes] waiting for her.”
Taylor obviously has her hands in another round of secrecy the same way she dropped hints with snakes on social media. It’s possible Taylor may be getting into the landlord business by buying two buildings right next to each other. Or maybe Swift is so uppity that no one else is qualified to live next to her. Swift supremacy. Hopefully if she ever ask’s anyone to move in as a roommate it isn’t a repeat of Single White Female when she tries to get back with one of her exs that she wrote a song about.
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