Taylor Swift Fans are Angry at Omid Scobie

Get ready for a royal rumble of epic proportions, because the Swifties have entered the ring, and they’re not here to play nice! Our favorite lovers of Lover, Taylor Swift, are throwing some serious shade at the so-called ‘mouthpiece’ Omid Scobie, who spilled the tea in his latest book, Endgame.

According to the royal storyteller, Taylor allegedly turned down a golden opportunity to perform at King Charles’ coronation in May. But hold up, Scobie! The Swifties are not having it. They’re not sipping that misinformation tea; they’re serving it right back with a side of sass.

In a display of fandom fierceness, Swifties took to the virtual streets, formerly known as Twitter (or as we like to call it, the Kingdom of X), to call out Omid for his creative storytelling. One Swiftie chimed in, saying, “Check your facts, mate! Taylor was busy slaying the stage in America for her Eras Tour. Nashville can vouch for that!”

But Omid, oh dear Omid, you’ve poked the proverbial bear, and by bear, we mean Swifties. One fan issued a warning that sent shivers down our spines, saying, “He really, really, really doesn’t want to mess with Taylor. Forget the Royal Family; he’s about to face the wrath of the Swifties. Dude should’ve done his homework!”

Another Swiftie, armed with a keyboard and a heart full of justice, declared, “Omid Scobie missed the memo: never mess with Swifties, and always stick to the truth. It’s like lying about whether cats are cute – a fool’s errand that’ll leave you scratched up and regretting your life choices.”

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Omid Scobie might have thought he could waltz into the Swiftie universe with his tales, but little did he know, he was stepping into a lyrical battleground. Will he make amends, or will the Swifties unleash their witty vengeance? Stay tuned for the next chapter in this melodramatic saga of pop, lies, and fandom fury!

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