Taylor Swift Stops Traffic In See-To-Believe Presidential-Like Escort

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‘You’d think she was president’: Internet awed by Taylor Swift’s security after Buenos Aires show

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA: Viral footage of Taylor Swift being escorted out by a suave-looking security convoy has caught the attention of Swifties. The ‘Dear John’ singer’s fans could not help but feel proud of the treatment Swift is receiving in Argentina.

Following her November 9 show, Swift was allegedly escorted out of the stadium in a long convoy consisting of both swanky cars and riders on motorbikes, which led many of her fans to bask in the presidential treatment that the 12-times Grammy-winning superstar is getting.  On the other side of the road, the traffic can be seen held at a standstill as Swift was escorted out.

On another note, Swift had to postpone her November 10 show because of rainy weather. She took to her social media to announce that the show has been postponed to Sunday, November 12.  Swift wrote on her Instagram story, “I love a rain show but I’m never going to endanger my fans or my fellow performers and crew.”

She added, “We’ve rescheduled tonight’s Buenos Aires show for Sunday due to the weather being so truly chaotic it would be unsafe to try and put on this concert.”  However, she ended on a cheery note, “Good news is I get to stay in Argentina longer!!”

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‘Not even royalty get this type of treatment’

One of the dedicated fans said, “You’d think she’s the president,” to which someone else quipped, “Our president doesn’t even get this much security 😅🇦🇷 but she’s a queen 💖.”

Someone else remarked, “Her Dad does not mess around when it comes to her safety. 🙌🏼✨.”

Another person praised the Argentine security protocol and said, “Yeah. But when it comes to celebrities in Argentina everyone gets this kind of treatment because it’s very important for the government.”

Someone else echoed, “THAT IS NOT BECAUSE OF HER DAD, is the way in Argentina treats the artist.”

“Protecting mother at all costs,” said someone else.

Another content Swiftie chimed in, “So happy for her safety!”
Another person commented at the viral video and remarked, “Hi! This was last night after the show! Is very common in to escort the big artists like this.”
Someone else observed, “The police on the bikes raised their hands up to make a T for Taylor.”
“She’s basically presidential status,” quipped another.
Another fan rightly said, “Princess diana of this generation.”
“Not even royalty get this type of treatment. A slay honestly ❤️,” said someone else.

Taylor Swift’s father has always been worried about her safety

Taylor Swift’s father Scott Swift, who is very much a part of the pop star’s security team, has also received special accolades for the convoy.  During the world premiere of ‘Miss Americana’ at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, Swift spoke about how serious her father is about her safety, per Gulf News.  In the Netflix documentary, it has been revealed that Scott feared for her life when the ‘Lover’ singer spoke against Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn during the 2018 mid-term elections.

Talking about the scene, Swift said in 2020, “My dad has always just been terrified about my safety since I was a kid…”  She continued, “The fact that my job entails standing on a stage and there’s so many threats we get on a daily basis that nobody ever knows about and we just try to keep that stuff under wraps as much as possible, but my dad is the one who has to see it.”

The ‘Love Story’ singer added, “And so for him it was all about, ‘What could happen to you if you say this? If you say this, is my daughter in danger? Is this the moment that I should have stopped it from happening?’”  “Our political opinions and our opinions are defined by what happens to us in our life,” said the ‘Anti-Hero- singer.

She further continued, “Seeing what was happening in my home state, and it all culminating with having a conversation with people who’ve been so wonderfully supportive of me throughout my entire career, feeling so afraid for my safety.”


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