Taylor Swift has built a fortune by writing and singing songs about her past relationships and the long list of men in her life. The songstress has a crazy fan following in almost every part of the world. The 12 times Grammy Award recipient is all over the internet and making big headlines with her Eras Tour concerts around the world.

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Taylor Swift

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The extravagant sets and the marketing preparation speak volumes about the millions of dollars invested in making the Eras Tour one of the biggest highlights of the music world. However, the Blank Space singer was trolled on a reputed social media platform for being a hypocrite.

Taylor Swift Was Labeled A Hypocrite

Climate change is one of the biggest problems our world is currently reeling with. As human beings, it is our responsibility to do our bit to make our planet safe for our upcoming generation. Artists and celebrities around the world have become very vocal about climate change. Taylor Swift has been diverting media attention for a negative reason. The 33-year-old singer is on a 131-show Eras Tour around the world.

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

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Her tours attract huge crowds and are even carbon-intensive. The carbon emission from Taylor Swift’s private jets has always made her sit at the top of the list of violators. She was criticized on X, previously known as Twitter, and was labeled as a hypocrite for showing concerns over climate change and flying in private jets. The post read as-

“This is Taylor Swift. Taylor is concerned about climate change. Her private jet emits more carbon in a single trip than your car in your entire lifetime (and that jet flew more than 200 times last year), but it’s your car that’s causing climate change”

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According to the Yard Data, Taylor Swift has emerged as the biggest celebrity carbon dioxide polluter of 2023. The singer has taken more than 170 flights since January 2022 and spent 15.9 days and 22,923 minutes in the air. She is responsible for emitting around 8,293.54 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the air this year. The figures have spiraled after her Eras Tour.

Celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey, Mark Wahlberg, and rapper Travis Scott are also on the list.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Concert Creates Seismic Waves At Seattle

Taylor Swift’s concerts are no less than a festival. Her followers and fans never miss out on celebrating the sensational singer. Her fans ended up creating seismic waves equivalent to a 2.3 magnitude earthquake, in Seattle during her Eras Tour concert.

A Geology professor from Western Washington University observed the natural phenomena which started from the Lumen Field where Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert was being held. Jackie Caplan-Auerbach pointed out during an interview with CNN-

“I grabbed the data from both nights of the concert and quickly noticed they were clearly the same pattern of signals. If I overlay them on top of each other, they’re nearly identical.”

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Taylor Swift

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She further explained-

“The primary difference is the duration of shaking. Cheering after a touchdown lasts for a couple of seconds, but eventually, it dies down. It’s much more random than a concert. For Taylor Swift, I collected about 10 hours of data where rhythm controlled the behavior. The music, the speakers, the beat. All that energy can drive into the ground and shake it.”

Jackie Caplan-Auerbach nicknamed it Swift Quake. The Anti-Hero singer would head for their Mexico stop on August 24 concluding the Eras Tour by November 2024, in Toronto.

Source: X/Twitter

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