Taylor Swift Slammed For ‘Ripping Off Beyonce’ With ‘Calm Down’ Music Video
Tay-Tay could barely enjoy the praise of her star-studded music video before some started noting similarities between it and Bey’s ‘Party’ video.
Taylor Swift just can’t seem to catch a break.
First ruffling the wings of Beyonce‘s beloved fan group, the #Beyhive, when she was accused of ripping off the R&B icon’s ‘Formation’ video with her ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ visual, Swift was stung again after some believed her 2019 Billboard Music Awards performance was eerily similar to scenes from Bey’s Netflix special, ‘Homecoming.’
Now, not even a day after the making headlines for the premiere of her star-studded ‘You Need To Calm Down’ music video (which includes a reconciliation with former foe Katy Perry), the 29-year-old’s being slammed with new swaggerjacking allegations. This time, fans are pointing to Bey’s 2011 ‘Party’ video as the source of inspiration for Taylor’s ‘Calm’ video.
Tay-Tay could barely enjoy the praise of her star-studded music video before some started noting similarities between it and Bey’s ‘Party’ video. Read some social media user complaints below: