Taylor Swift changes lyrics of ‘Reputation’ song to show ‘big isolation’ while in quarantine
Staying at home with her cats and enjoying a glass of wine. This seems to be what American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift’s quarantine looks like, when people are urged to stay indoors to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
Swift tweaked a line from her “End Game” track to capture the “big isolation” people are going through amid the health crisis, as per her Instagram post today, May 8.
The singer referred to the mentioned song from her 2017 “Reputation” album while relaxing at home holding a wine glass.
The singer also said that there is “not a lot going on at the moment” for her via her post on April 28. Swift canceled all her tours and appearances this 2020 in view of the pandemic.
She also encouraged her fans to stay indoors by showing a cute photo of her cat Meredith, which seems to see self-quarantine as a way of life.
After Swift’s feud with rapper Kanye West and his wife, Kim Kardashian, was reignited last March, the singer refused to engage in the couple’s newest claims and instead diverted her supporters’ attention to various charity groups helping those affected by COVID-19.
Swift also donated to a local record store in her hometown Nashville in Tennessee, after its mayor issued a stay-at-home order in the area, affecting the store’s employees. /ra
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