- BBC World News
Singer Taylor Swift blamed the series on Monday Ginny and Georgia He jokingly described women who “humiliated” him about his personal life as “deep sex.”
The comedy in question shows the main characters arguing about the relationship between Ginny Miller and her mother Georgia.
When the mother asked if she had split up with her boyfriend, Ginny replied, “What do you care? You change men faster than Taylor Swift.”
The line angered Swift fans and raised questions from the show and sent members on social media.
Some Swift fans called for the series to be boycotted.
The singer noted the controversy on Monday.
“Hello Ginny & Georgia, (year) 2010 was invited and wants to repeat your lazy and profound sexual comedy,” he said.
“How do we stop degrading working women by defining this horse shit as fun?”
Neither Netflix nor the series’ production team responded immediately to this criticism.
Swift love life
The love life of 31-year-old Swift has long attracted media attention.
The singer’s relationships with many stars, such as the former singer A direction Harry Styles, actor Tom Hiddleston and DJ. Calvin Harris has made headlines in the past.
Swift is currently in a relationship with British actor Joe Alvin, which lasted for many years.
In a tweet on Monday, Swift also mentioned her documentary Miss Americana, Which was launched on Netflix in January 2020.
The documentary covers many turbulent years of the artist’s career and reveals intimate details of his life, while exploring how the public and the press conducted his close relationships.
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