Taylor Swift has laid into Netflix bosses and writers behind TV present Ginny & Georgia for together with a “deeply sexist” joke about her love life within the season one finale.
The pop celebrity’s followers initially took situation with the throwaway line on Sunday night time after viewing episode 10 of the comedy-drama, which focuses on the lifetime of a mixed-race teenager and her younger mom in a fictional New England city.
The instalment in query was written by creator Sarah Lampert and Debra J. Fisher, and featured the mom and daughter arguing about relationships, as 15-year-old Ginny quipped: “What do you care? You undergo males sooner than Taylor Swift.”
The backlash was fast because the singer’s devotees took to social media and turned “#RespectTaylor” right into a trending subject, and the Shake It Off hitmaker herself has now weighed in on the controversy, making it clear she wasn’t laughing.
“Hey Ginny & Georgia, 2010 referred to as and it needs its lazy, deeply sexist joke again,” Taylor tweeted on Monday.
“How about we cease degrading onerous working ladies by defining this horse s**t as fuNny (sic),” she went on.
Swift then turned on Netflix officers, with whom she had labored for her hit 2020 documentary, Miss Americana.
“Additionally, (Netflix) after Miss Americana this outfit does not look cute on you,” she added, alongside an emoji of a damaged coronary heart, fuming: “Blissful Girls’s Historical past Month I suppose.”
Representatives for Netflix or the Ginny & Georgia writers have but to touch upon the uproar.