Taylor Swift Once Admitted She Is Terrified of Being Secretly Recorded
The release of that infamous secret recording hit pretty close to home for the pop star.
In the aftermath of the brew-ha-ha between Kimye and Taylor Swift, an interview has surfaced from 2015 in which the “Blank Space” singer revealed she has a very real fear of being recorded without her knowledge.
“I have a lot of issues with buildings like this, ’cause I always feel like someone has bugged the room, and is either videoing me or recording me,” she said during an interview with Capital FM when asked about anxiety dreams. “So that’s one of my paranoias.”
Swift went on to explain that she often has nightmares about being framed for a crime.
“I always have nightmares that I’m being framed for murder and then I’m being framed so well that I can’t remember if I did it or not in the dream,” she shared. “So that really winds me up and then I’m just freaked out for the next couple of days.”
This revelation follows on the heels of Kim Kardashian sharing several Snapchats of a recorded conversation between her husband Kanye West and Swift in which they discuss the rapper’s use of he name in the song and his promise to let her listen to it before it was released, which never transpired.
The release of the recording has raised questions the legality of recording the pop performer without her knowledge, as well as the backlash from fans and foes alike for proving Swift approved the song (though she contested that she didn’t approve being called “that bitch”), furthering the idea that she isn’t honest with her fans.
Ever since Twitter has erupted with hashtags celebrating the supposed end of the 25-year-old’s career. In fact, a mural has popped up in Melbourne, Australia celebrating Swift as if she has actually passed away.