John Mayer begs for mercy on Taylor Swift’s ‘Dear John’ re-release

You won’t be surprised to learn that the post’s comments section is filled with disaffected Swift fans, even though they’re going directly against their favorite’s wishes. In June, Taylor Swift also called on her fans for “kindness” and “gentleness” the same night she performed “Dear John” as the surprise opening act of her Eraze Tour in Minneapolis.

Swift said, “I was hoping to ask you, as we bring this album out, I’d love to extend that kindness and that gentleness to my internet activities.” fan recorded video From the June 24 show. “So what I’m trying to say is that I’m putting this album out because I want to own my music and I believe that any artist who wants to own their music should do that.” Should be able to do that. That’s why I’m putting out this album.”

She further added, “I am 33, whatever happened to me when I was 19, I don’t care except for those songs and the memories we made together. So I’m trying to let you know I’m not putting this album out should you feel the need to defend me against someone on the internet who you think I spent about 14 million Wrote a song years ago, when I was 19.

As of now, none of the celebs are getting what they asked for. One user commented on their post, “It’s over for you, John Mayonnaise💜🥱 never say never,” while another dismissed both artists’ requests outright, writing, “We will not be kind. “

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