It wasn’t like the march was empty of celebrities. Rihanna, 28, Ariana Grande, 23, Miley Cyrus, 24, Zendaya, 20, and Taylor’s longtime rival, Katy Perry, 32, were among those who marched in support of women’s rights, one day after Donald Trump, 70, became the 45th president of the United States. With the incoming administration viewed as an immediate threat to LGBT and reproductive rights, millions across the world came out in show of solidarity and resistance.
So, when TayTay decided to skip out, fans were pretty pissed. “Taylor Swift, talking about [how] she’s a feminist but gurl, I don’t see no pics of you at the march?” one twitter user said. Others dragged Taylor for picking and choosing to claim to be a feminist “when feminism benefits you.” Others also pointed out that other stars weren’t afraid to show up. “If Rihanna can show up to a women’s march AND SHE’S RIHANNA, I’m pretty sure Taylor could have made an appearance,” one said.
Though it wasn’t all shade. Some fans came to Taylor’s defense, saying that there are many ways to show support for women. Others also pointed out that Beyonce, 35, wasn’t seen at any of the marches. However, one claimed that Bey’s company sponsored the march./hollywoodlife.com/