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Beyonce SLAM Taylor Swift’s Fortnight collaborator Post Malone for striking difference in his tributes to the superstars: ‘A complete sentence would have been nice’



Beyonce and Taylor Swift



Post Malone unintentionally disturbed the BeyHive after sharing a gushing tribute to Taylor Swift on Instagram, in which he described her as a ‘once in a lifetime’ artist.

Following the release of their new track, Fortnite, which serves as the lead single on Tortured Poets Department, and music video, in which he portrays her love interest, the 28-year-old rapper shared a sweet black and white polaroid of them, along with a heartfelt caption.

‘It’s once in a lifetime that someone like @taylorswift comes into this world,’ he wrote. ‘I am floored by your heart and your mind, and I am beyond honored to have been asked to help you with your journey. I love you so much. Thank you Tay.’

Although most of his 25.8 million Instagram followers and Swifties found the post thoughtful, his words ruffled some Beyoncé fans’ feathers.

Fans of the superstar pointed out the striking difference in his tribute to Swift versus the brief one he made to honor the Texas Hold ‘Em hitmaker after he was featured on her track, Levii’s Jeans, released last month.


Post Malone and Taylor Swift

In stark comparison to his post for Swift, Malone simply shared a photo of the Cowboy Carter album cover and one sentence under it, reading: ‘i love you @beyonce.’

On Sunday, one X user shared a side-by-side comparison of his tributes to his respective collaborators to highlight the difference in lengths, which has been viewed 5.8 million times.

‘I find this so interesting,’ the Beyoncé fans wrote.

One reply suggested that Malone might just have a ‘closer relationship with Taylor than with Beyoncé.’

Taylor Swift on Instagram

‘Taylor wrote two posts about him. He gave her same energy. Stop crying for God’s sake,’ another wrote back.

A third wrote: ‘You are acting like as if he’s cursing on Beyoncé or he said something bad like… I don’t see any problem at all.’

‘Ok, but a complete sentence would have been nice is all,’ the original poster fired back.

Swift and Malone’s emotional Fortnight music video was released on Friday after her long-awaited album dropped.

The Grammy winner initially uploaded a black and white teaser to her fans on Thursday ahead of the music video’s premiere.

The songstress was not only joined by Post but also Dead Poets Society stars Ethan Hawke and Josh Charles, who made surprise cameos.

Taylor Swift in the Rain

Moments before the video started, a countdown clock appeared on the screen with the sound of typewriters clicking away in the background.

A title card then appeared with ‘Fortnight’ and mimicked the beginning of a silent film.

The video then cut to Taylor laying on a bed with no mattress while chained to the railing. The bed itself was placed high up on a wall inside a large room that appeared to be inside an asylum.

A doctor then walked in upside down on the ceiling while holding a tray of medication, with a bottle of pills being labelled ‘Forget him.’

Taylor donned a strapless gown from the Australian designer Toni Maticevski for the video, which had a dramatic neckline and fitted bodice.

Beyonce and Taylor Swift,

Taylor opted for a smoky shadow around her eyes as well as a bold tint to her lips, and her eyebrows were covered up while a thinner brow was pencilled in, similar to 1920s style.

In the video, Taylor is seen running up to Post Malone and the two shared an embrace on an open road in the middle of the desert. Dark, greying clouds could be seen above them.

A brief montage showed the pair cosying up together as they shared a few sweet moments. At one point, the rapper cupped Taylor’s face in his hands, causing her to flash a happy smile.

The singers stared into each other’s eyes while Post Malone’s tattoos could no longer be seen on his face in the moving scene. A tornado of papers whirled around them as the songstress reached out her hands towards Malone.

The music video jumped to Taylor back inside the asylum while surrounded by doctors, played by Dead Poets Society stars Ethan Hawke and John Charles. Post Malone was also seen as one of the doctors.


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