Taylor Swift Urges Fans Not To ‘Defend’ Her Against Ex John Mayer (Video)

Taylor Swift Urges Fans Not To ‘Defend’ Her Against Ex John Mayer (Video)

Taylor Swift asked the Swifties not to come for John Mayer during her Minneapolis concert.

The 33 year old made the request as she prepared to sing “Dear John” for the first time in eleven years on June 24.

Swift gave a speech ahead of her acoustic set during her “Eras Tour” show in Minneapolis saturday night, a portion of the show where she plays two surprise songs for the crowd.

In her speech, Swift spoke about how she watched and heard stories of fans forming bonds during her sold out tour all over the country.

The singer told the crowd that while she’s incredibly proud of the album’s songs, she no longer identifies with the pain of her teenage romances.

She reminded her fans that the “Taylor’s Version” albums were about owning her own art, not to rehash relationships from “14 million years ago.”

“I’m 33 years old. I don’t care about anything that happened to me when I was 19 except the songs I wrote and the memories we made together.

“I’m not putting this album out so you should feel the need to defend me on the internet against someone you think I might have written a song about 14 billion years ago.”

She did not directly name Mayer but it was pretty clear who the message was about once she sang the surprise song during her Eras Tour stop.

Taylor Swift urged fans to exercise kindness on internet to the men they speculate her songs are written about ahead of the upcoming release of “Speak Now” (Taylor’s Version) next month.

She then played her song “Dear John,” which fans have long speculated was written about a romance between her and singer John Mayer.

“Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” is the third album to be re-recorded by the pop star since her masters were sold by her former record label to Scooter Braun in 2019, then sold again to investment firm Shamrock Capital.

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