Taylor Swift Accused of Spreading Satanism and Witchcraft on Her Recent Tour

Taylor Swift has been doing a lot of things. On her The Eras Tour, the 33-year-old singer who has won a lot of awards is making her way across America. Swifties sing and dance along to songs from all of Swift’s albums, including her debut, Fearless, Speak Now, Reputation, Red, 1989, Lover, evermore, folklore, and Midnights. However, some have interpreted Swift’s tour as an attempt to promote witchcraft and Satanism.

Since she started her sold-out tour on March 17 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, there have been thousands of tweets from people at the shows and from people watching at home. But there have also been posts on social media from people who say Swift’s tour is more sinister than it seems. A lot of talks is about her performance of “willow,” which is the first single from her ninth studio album, evermore. Swift and her backup dancers wore capes and danced at the concert, just like in the music video for the song, which was based on a fairy tale and was directed by Swift herself.

One video got a lot of attention online, but probably not for the reason the person who posted it intended. On TikTok, someone posted a clip from the “Willow” concert performance and wrote, “This is Taylor Swift’s song “Willow,” where she is a witch during rituals.” The TikTok user said that a fan who could be heard saying, “yes, summon the demons, b-!” recorded the video. “The worst part is that [Taylor Swift] commented twice on the video,” the TikTok user said. “This is the new “one, two, three, let’s go b-,” Swift said.

The video was eventually posted on Twitter, where a user said, “I’ve never liked Taylor Swift, but now I have a good reason to. Someone’s Instagram story had a video of her witchcraft or ritual performance. Nope! Take that bad thing away. “Those who believe shouldn’t listen to this.” Someone else responded to the accusations of witchcraft and satanism by tweeting, “I have a simple solution to [Taylor Swift’s] witchcraft and neglect of starving families: [Bring Back the Witch Trials].” One fan jumped on the bandwagon in a funny way, saying that Swift was trying to get her fans to join a cult during her performance of “Willow.” She uses witchcraft to brainwash the minds of 70K people at a time.” He then told concertgoers, “If you don’t want to join her cult, transfer your Eras tour tickets to my ticketmaster account.”

Swift’s The Eras Tour will go on with a show at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium on Thursday, April 13. The multi-state tour, which is the first part of a world tour, will end with a show at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on August 9. On tour, Paramore, girl in red, Muna, beabadoobee, Phoebe Bridgers, Haim, Gracie Abrams, Gayle, and Owenn are playing with the musician.