Fan Trolls Taylor Swift With Kanye West T-Shirt at Her ‘Eras Tour’

One concertgoer faces backlash after seemingly attending the ‘Anti-Hero’ hitmaker’s show with intention to troll the ‘Midnights’ artist with his choice of style.

AceShowbiz -Someone apparently is willing to spend dollars to troll an artist. One of concertgoers at Taylor Swift‘s “Eras Tour” seemingly came to the show with intention to troll the “Midnights” artist with his choice of style.

The man attended the concert in a black tee that featured a graphic picture of the infamous 2009 VMAs moment involving Taylor and Kanye West. The picture saw the Chicago rapper grabbing the “Anti-Hero” hitmaker’s mic during her award acceptance speech after winning Best Female Video. Not stopping there, the T-shirt had “KANYE MADE YOU FAMOUS” written in the back.

After the pictures and a video of the man went viral, fans quickly put the troll on blast. “lmao he’s helping her make money by spending his money on the tickets…taylor winning anyways,” one fan commented. “Lol imagine being a hater and still making her famous by giving her the coins, yeah he’s a fan,” one other echoed the sentiment. “And he still payed for the tickets, what a l0$€r,” one person added.

Some others were mad because someone like him beat them to getting the ticket. “So your telling me I didn’t get one ticket to the concert BUT HE DID,” a fan fumed. Another person similarly said, “he got tickets and i didn’t……”

Ye landed in hot water after he interrupted Taylor’s award acceptance speech at the 2009 VMAs. In the viral moment, the “Jesus Is King” spitter said, “I’mma let you finish, but [Beyonce Knowles] had one of the best videos of all time! One of the best videos of all time!”

Later in 2016, Ye reignited the beef by releasing a song titled “Famous” in which he rapped, “I made that b***h famous.” The drama between the two musicians escalated when Taylor claimed that she wasn’t made aware of the lyrics.

Refuting the claims, Ye’s then-wife Kim Kardashian released footage of Ye’s phone call with Taylor in which he asked the “All Is Well” singer if it’s okay for him to put the lyrics on the song. However, full footage of the conversation showed that Ye said the lyric would say, “I made her famous” and he didn’t appear to say the word “b***h.”

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