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Kid Rock Tweet About Taylor Swift Resurfaces After Eras Movie News

It’s been a hell of a summer for Taylor Swift. The pop star’s Eras tour has broken several records—including the most-attended gig by a female performer ever in the U.S.—and adding an estimated 200 million dollars to her net worth.

So many fans rushed to buy tickets that Ticketmaster’s website crashed, while pre-sale tickets for her Eras tour movie have overtaken Spider-Man: No Way Home, making it the film with the most advance sales in the ticket distribution company’s history.

However, the Democrat-supporting singer has also been using her star power to encourage followers to register to vote, seemingly angering conservatives. The attention on the 33-year-old music icon has sparked a bizarre feud between Swifties and Kid Rock fans on X—the social network formerly known as Twitter—with comments the Republican musician made about Swift in 2019 re-emerging”Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies….period,” the 52-year-old posted to social media four years ago.

“And it looks like she will suck the door knob off Hollyweird to get there. Oldest move in the book. Good luck girl.”Alongside the presale success of her concert film Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour—releasing on October 13—Swift has directed several of her own music videos and is currently working on her feature directorial debut with Searchlight Pictures.

The remarks were reposted by X user @LivepPDDave1, along with the caption: “Kid Rock was right about Taylor Swift.”Fans of the rapper-turned-country-music-singer chimed in on the resurfaced tweet, with user Nick Adams claiming: “The vast majority of Americans prefer Kid Rock.”

“Kid Rock is talented and patriotic,” he wrote. “Taylor Swift is overrated and socialist.””She sold herself to that brainwashed cesspool of liberal leftists who regurgitate MSNBC propaganda,” said @TiffMoodNukes.

Many others voiced support for the pop star, with Victoria Brownworth describing Kid Rock supporters as incels “having a fit over Taylor Swift registering tens of thousands of Gen Z Democrats to vote.” On September 21, Swift posted to Instagram urging followers to sign up, directing them to non-partisan site Vote.org, leading to 35,000 new registrations.

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