Taylor Swift is one of the most successful performers of all time. At age 30, she’s sold over 50 million records and has won dozens of prestigious awards, including Grammys, Emmys & Brits. Over the past year she’s released another extremely successful record and a Netflix documentary. Now, to the big question: does she smoke weed?
Taylor Swift is a pretty private person, having the kind of privacy that only extremely successful people can afford, like Jay-Z and Beyonce. While a couple of years ago all tabloids could do was discuss her dating habits and analyze the hidden meaning of her songs (they still do that), as of late Swift has wisely decided to steer clear of the spotlight. Her relationship with Joe Alwyn only shows a couple of Google images, and there’s a lot of obvious photoshop.
Finding information on her and marijuana is very difficult. In an interview with “60 Minutes”, Taylor Swift openly spoke about marijuana and said that she didn’t smoke since that could mess with her vocal cords. But this was in 2011 and her attitudes could’ve changed, right?
More recently, with the release of her last album, some keen eyed fans thought she was referencing marijuana in her song “Paper Rings.”
The lyric isn’t even suggesting that Swift was smoking weed herself, but we’ll take what we can get here.
As a last resort, I went to Quora, the last place one goes when you can’t find another answer on the web. I clicked on the question “Does Taylor Swift smoke weed?” and found this answer:
Proof: Weed ruins your life. Tay Tay has a career.”
After some research, my educated guess is that Taylor Swift has probably consumed some kind of weed at some point in her life, because she’s young and rich and lives in Los Angeles. She’s not open about it though. Could her fans digest that kind of news if she was?
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Written by Maria Loreto, The Fresh Toast