You could call it comedy or you could call it straight up bullying and harassment. So, was Taylor’s new music video a type of high production super celebrity diss track? To be completely honest though – what’s real and what’s not these days?Is that why “Look what you made me do” became the highest viewed video of ANY VIDEO in the first 24 hours of it’s release? It’s hard for me to tell because I feel like everything is planned. Entertainment has evolved and it is not at all what it used to be.
However, that does not change the fact that much of what Kim is saying is incorrect.
Instead, she went radio silent (which made her seem even more guilty) and then BAM came out with a single that basically said “Yeah, you caught me, I AM a bad person. (I mean she was nice when I met her, but that’s all I know.) But the marketing behind her image and the execution of her new brand is SO GENIUS that my mind is exploding. In her latest transformation, Taylor went with the flow. Though the tide was one of major negativity, she embraced it and embraced it HARD.
Deal with it.” Do you know how much FREEDOM she must feel from releasing this single? So for my business and advertising people…listen up. I really did not expect her to admit to her character flaws in her music video, but when she did, I forgave her.
We went from seeing actors in plays, to seeing actors in movies, to seeing “real people” on reality TV shows, to seeing “real-er real people” in You Tube videos, to seeing the “real-est, rawest, real people” in Snapchat videos.
I mean, we think we’re seeing the truth, but is there still an underlying script that we don’t know about?