Taylor Swift’s Fans are Furious John Mayer Dumped Her a Decade Ago

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We’re about two weeks away from the big release of the Snyder Cut of Justice League. When it was announced that Warner was funding Snyder to finish this endeavor for their new streaming service HBO Max, we were bombarded with endless think pieces about how Warner was “rewarding toxic behavior” because Snyder’s fans were a bit annoying and kept tweeting about how they wanted to see Snyder’s version of the film.

Yesterday we heard that it was the height of sexism to talk about how Taylor Swift’s entire career is just writing songs slagging off her multitude of exes. So it’s weird that today her fans are swarming one of her exes and quoting song lyrics about him to him in a way that’s basically indistinguishable from DC fanboys tweeting “Release the Snyder Cut you cowards!” in the mentions of every tweet a Warner exec sent.

Here’s what went on, according to Page Six.

The 43-year-old rocker got roasted by furious Swifties, who flooded his posts with comments denouncing him for loving and leaving Swift in 2009, when he was 32 and she was 13 years younger.

“John don’t you think 19 was too young?” one person wrote.

Another comment, which received over 30,000 likes, said: “You’re not safe here John.”

Allow me to answer that: no, 19 is not too young. 19-year-olds are adults with agency.

The comments on that post were similar to his first video, with the top remark saying, “hello mr old man victim complex.”

Another person wrote, “The girl in the dress cried the whole way home John. Think about that” — again quoting Swift’s “Dear John” lyrics.

Oh wow, someone was sad their relationship ended? That’s very unusual, right? A woman crying after breaking up with her boyfriend is something that never happens.

While this is all going down, Taylor Swift is asking all of her fans to buy all of her albums a second time because of behind-the-scenes industry drama.

But the real problem with fandom is people who liked Batman vs Superman.

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