Believe it or not, it's been over a decade since Taylor Swift launched her career with the hit “Tim McGraw” on June 19, 2006. She has since risen to superstardom, mostly with songs she's written or co-written - but does Taylor Swift rip off other artists? There are many who would say the answer is yes.
When you look at everything Swift has been accused of ripping off, it includes some instances of making videos that may or may not steal from other videos. People have analyzed her videos for “Look What You Made Me Do” and “Delicate,” and the internet has concluded Swift's ideas and images were originally found elsewhere.
Swift has been accused of stealing things over than video vibes, like artwork posted on social media, and lyrics for her smash hit “Shake It Off.” Some accusations have more merit than others (just like some of the things she's allegedly ruined have more merit than others), but you can judge for yourself.
Her 'Delicate' Video Reminds People Of Spike Jonze's Kenzo Ad
Her Dancing in 'Delicate' Is Like Maddie Ziegler's Moves
'Delicate' Was Also Called A Ripoff Of Fatboy Slim's 'Weapon of Choice'
'Look What You Made Me Do' Was Accused Of Ripping Off Beyonce
She Used Artwork Of A Fox On Social Media Without Crediting The Artist
Tracks From '1989' Were Very Reminiscent Of Lorde's Sound