Taylor Swift speaks Harvey Weinstein ‘selected people who were vulnerable, in his opinion.’
Taylor Swift has come backed in the celeb headlines with her a new album release, “Lover,” with a new attitude to deal with haters and feuds. She’s finished it, and say thank you very much to all.”
On Saturday in her an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Taylor Swift, who now resides in London city with boyfriend, and famous actor Joe Alwyn, stumble on at work with Harvey Weinstein and finding her beautiful voice politically.
She shared that the condemned movie producer, who is set to go on trial for the sexual attack in September, asked her for writing a song for the film “One Chance, 2013, which gained a Golden Globe nomination. Harvey Weinstein had been also joined the promotion party for Swift’s album 1989 and provided her a supporting role in 2014 sci-fi flick The Giver.
Taylor Swift also prescribed that the Guard she “would get a vibe” from Weinstein.
He had to call my management to be like, does she have a song for his film? And had been like, ‘here it is’ She added more. And then I had at the Golden Globes. I entirely not ever suspended out. And I would come to be a vibe – I would at no time promise for him. I have confidence in women who come presumptuous, I accept as true victims who come accelerative, I will be sure of men who come forward.”
She further added, if you listen to the stories, he selected people who were vulnerable, in his opinion,” prescribing he not ever propositioned her. It showed like it was a power thing; thus, to me, it does not define anything – which I wasn’t in the situation.”
The world-famous singer also prescribed her spanking political voice further, increasing on why she’s jumping in the fray now.
Moreover, one thing I can’t get over is gas-lighting the American public into being like – If you don’t like or hate the president, then you hate America,’” she told the Guardian. “We are an equality and democracy in our country – at least we can support it – where you are allowed to disagree, dissent, debate.”
I think that he thinks this is an autocracy, “she completed, but not mentioning the name of the president.