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T-Swift ruins reputation with new music video

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Taylor Swift debuted her new music video

Taylor Swift debuted her new music video "Look What You Made Me Do" at the MTV Video Music Awards. The video is available on Youtube and will be released with her upcoming album, "Reputation."

•Caroline Stiefbold

•Caroline Stiefbold

Taylor Swift debuted her new music video "Look What You Made Me Do" at the MTV Video Music Awards. The video is available on Youtube and will be released with her upcoming album, "Reputation."

Caroline Stiefbold

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Well, Taylor Swift has officially become a self-obsessed, bratty, whiny celebrity. (That is if she wasn’t already considered one.)

At the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday, Swift debuted her new music video, “Look What You Made Me Do.” It is complete trash.

The song’s only purpose is to complain about people who Taylor Swift doesn’t get along with. It’s not like her previous country songs about how ex-boyfriends have emotionally hurt her and how she is overcoming them, but rather four minutes and sixteen seconds of Swift wailing about how everyone in the world has wronged her perfect angel self (with bad music in the background, of course.)

And no, I’m not some T-Swift hater. My ten-year old self blasted “Love Story,” “Our Song,” and “You Belong to Me” on repeat. (And those songs still remain on some of my playlists today.)

When Swift first ditched her country roots for the pop scene, it seemed as though she was chasing fame, but now, she is definitely not in it for her love of music or her fans. She thinks that she is the queen of the world and that a silly song about everyone on the face of the Earth mistreating her.

But not only are the scathing lyrics terrible and overdramatic, the video itself is crazy (and not crazy in a good way). Zombies. Graveyards. Jewelry-filled bathtubs. 15 versions of T-Swift talking to each other. The whole video is overdone, overdramatized, and, honestly, pathetic.

One depiction in the video is spot on: a gaudy tombstone reading “Here Lies Taylor Swift’s Reputation.” Because this song just killed her reputation.

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