Taylor “Capitalist” Swift Strikes Again!

September 7, 2017 / Posted by:

It’s not a true Taylor Swift new album era until the full wave of endorsement tie-ins and product placement has begun. She’s hawked Diet Coke, CoverGirl, Elizabeth Arden, Apple, and Keds in the past. This time around, she’s somehow gotten UPS on board because…um, I don’t really know why. But I naively thought her endorsements were behind her. Old Taylor was dead, right? Which means New Taylor is all about the music and just being a free spirit? Hahaha, WRONG.

People magazine says a new commercial for AT&T recently dropped, and it features Taylor being, like, cool, y’all, and promoting her Taylor Swift NOW video catalog.

Taylor has an exclusive, multi-year deal with AT&T. Details on the deal have always been vague, but it’s probably safe to say Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson are feasting on the top shelf Whiskas these days. Speaking of, Olivia even makes an appearance in the commercial, which is about a fake app where you follow Taylor’s every waking moment. Unless you’re a squad member, that sounds about as amusing as watching Olivia take a dump in her gold-plated litter box. Actually, I’m sorry, that’s an insult to Olivia.

Taylor also has a bit in the commercial where runs into Andy Samberg and calls him Andy Sam-jerk because her fans are too young to hear her say anything meaner (unless it’s an innuendo about Katy Perry or Kanye West). Check it out for yourself, or don’t! Olivia’s “Get me the fuck out of this” look below kinda sums it all up.

Some real tough questions I had for Olivia.

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