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November 8, 2013
Taylor Swift is proud of her fans. She says unlike other unnamed singers biggest supports, her's aren't mean bullies.
Taylor Swift is proud of her fans. She says unlike other unnamed singers biggest supports, her's aren't mean bullies. Taylor reveals to reporters after the CMAs: "I just feel so proud that my fans are always nice to other fans, They don't say hateful things. They don't say they're going to set people on fire or anything. They're not sending death threats to other people." She seems to be insinuating that her fans are nothing like Lady Gaga's fans, Justin Bieber fans, or even Miley Cyrus fans. Most recently, a bunch of 'Smilers,' or Miley fans, shared a poster that ordered all fans to call One Direction fans 'gay' or 'fags' so that One Direction's video could not beat Miley's video on Vevo. A little dramatic right? Taylor's friend Selena Gomez, also recently opened up about receiving death threats from Bieber's fans on Twitter while they were dating. "I understand it. I was in love with Jesse McCartney. I was 13, and he was my life -- everything to me, He was with Katie Cassidy and I was so upset. It's obviously not nice, but I get it." Still, Selena never turned into a hateful superfan. That's why she and Taylor are perfect for each other.