Taylor Swift just can't do right by anyone these days. In terms of PR, things looked good when the Washington Post reported that Swift has decided to publicly support gun reform.
"On Friday afternoon, Taylor Swift published an Instagram post that took many people by surprise: A logo for this weekend's March For our Lives, the student-led rally urging Congress to take action on gun control and stop mass shootings."
"I've made a donation to show my support for the students, for the March for Our Lives campaign, for everyone affected by these tragedies, and to support gun reform," Swift said.
However, many commenters are claiming that Swift's support isn't altruistic. The comments after a similar article on Slate weren't very flattering.
"She's playing the celebrity 'don't offend anybody' game. It's what she does; paying the mortgages depends on it," read a comment.
"Eventually she would have to address the widespread assumption that she tacitly endorses rightwing-nutjob beliefs," claims one commenter, hinting that Swift is using the situation to save her brand.
Then, there's Twitter.