Wednesday, July 20, 2016

'IN LOVING MEMORY' Taylor Swift row takes grim twist after ‘disgusting’ mural appears claiming the singer has DIED

The shocking artwork features a portrait of the singer, 26, and has been branded “disgusting” after sparking outrage across social media.

A giant ‘RIP TAYLOR SWIFT’ mural has appeared in Melbourne
It reads: “In loving memory of… Taylor Swift 1989-2016.”

Underneath the portrait, in bold capital letters it also reads: “NO TAGS PLEASE RESPECT THE DEAD.”



The piece reads: “In loving memory of Taylor Swift.”
The piece has provoked quite the backlash, with one Twitter user writing: “Someone wasted their own time doing something as hateful as this? what is wrong with people.”

Another added: “This is disgusting..don’t make joke about death. no matter how much you hate anyone..this is so immature and stupid.”

Various fans have also questioned the cursive font her name is painted in – suggesting it reads Taylor Smith, rather than Taylor Swift.

Taylor found herself in hot water this week after a leaked conversation between her and Kanye West was posted to Kim Kardashian’s Snapchat.

During the conversation, Taylor can be heard referring to the rappers hit song Famous as a “compliment” – despite previously denying ever having any knowledge of the track which brands her a “bitch” in the lyrics.


The backlash against Taylor comes after a leaked conversation between her and Kanye West was posted on Snapchat
In the recording, Kanye can be heard saying: “I don’t want to do rap that makes people feel bad.”

With the singer responding: “Umm, yeah I mean go with whatever line you think is better. It’s obviously very tongue in cheek either way. And I really appreciate you telling me about it, that’s really nice.”

We then reported how Kim and Kanye could face up to three years in prison by violating California penal code 632 – a law that makes it illegal to record calls without permission from both sides.

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