Someone's Painted An RIP Taylor Swift Mural But Made One Embarrassing Mistake...
"No tags please, respect the dead."
Ok this Taylor Swift business is getting a little out of hand now. Someone in Australia has only gone and painted an RIP mural suggesting the 'Bad Blood' singer's career is over, writing "In loving memory of Taylor Swift 1989-2016" and the sign-off "No tags please, respect the dead" underneath.
Wait. Let's look at that again…
Yep, it actually says Taylor Smith. Fool.
This popped up in Melbourne after a tumultuous few weeks for the 26-year-old singer in which her camp 'came out' revealing Taylor helped pen Calvin Harris' smash 'This Is What You Came For' - of which he was none too please about - and then 'Famous'-gate erupted over the weekend when Kim Kardashian leaked clips on Snapchat of a recorded telephone call between Tay and Kanye, in which it appears he's OK-ing, the now infamous 'b**ch' lyrics. Which she vehemently then denied on Twitter.
Anyway, back to the mural, which now has candles and flowers left in 'memorial' in front of it, speaking to the Daily Mail Australia, the artist said the typo was "an unintentional mistake".
Mistake or very clever way to avoid the lawyers?