John Mayer responds to Taylor Swift’s fan hate message


An overzealous fan of Taylor Swift how about a surprise when? John Mayer responded to a rude message he sent to the “New Light” singer on Instagram.

“Fk yourself bad bitch, I hope you choke on something,” the social media user wrote to Mayer, 44, in a direct message on Sunday November 14, adding a heart symbol with another follow-up message. who said, “Answer me bitch.”

Instead of ignoring @hoeforlouaylor’s direct message, Mayer took the time to reply and searched for answers.

John Mayer responds to Taylor Swift's fan hate message
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John Mayer’s response to a hate message from a Swiftie.

“I have received so many messages like these in the last couple of days,” he wrote. “I have decided to randomly choose your message to reply to. You can feel free to take a screenshot, share any way you like if you want. I’m not angry, I just tend to have a curious mind and feel compelled to ask. Do you really hope that I will die? “

Mayer has been a trending topic on Twitter and Instagram between Swift’s latest release of Speak now (Taylor version), which contains the song “Dear John,” largely believed to focus on the singer and their short-lived romance that apparently lasted from December 2009 to February 2010.

The account holder later posted a follow-up video showing him apologizing to Mayer in a voicemail, explaining that a friend “literally challenged me to do that”.

“She is a Taylor fan and so on. It was a challenge. Excuse me. I didn’t expect you to see, “@hoeforlouaylor said, adding that” she wasn’t trying to get sued “for the DM exchange. Mayer accepted the apology but asked,” So, it’s a funny thing that people are doing without taking into account the fact that I might see it and be affected by it? ”

John Mayer responds to Taylor Swift's fan hate message
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John Mayer responds to Taylor Swift’s fan hate message

Swift’s new music continues to be decoded by fans after she recently made her directorial debut with the All too good short film, released on 12 November.

The single, initially released on her 2012 album, Red, in a shorter format, is believed to be about Swift, 31 and Jake Gyllenhaalthe adventure of 2010, also making the actor a trending topic.

although the Wild animals star did not face speculation over the apparent reference to Swift’s new video, Gyllenhaal was spotted in a good mood joining her sister Maggie Gyllenhaal at the Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards in Los Angeles on November 13, where she accepted an award and he was the presenter.


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