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Lemonade vs Minute Maid is what some fans are saying about the recent release of Tayor Swift’s new project.
A sneak peek of Taylor’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” was featured on Good Morning America early this morning.
Now nothing can get past any socialite as they began to notice fairly fast that the video looked similar to something they have seen before.
The clip that was seen featured Swift, in a black leotard and fishnet tights while leading a group of male dancers.
As soon as that clip was seen, it was all over as fans started to compare Swift’s video to that of Beyonce’s song “Sorry” from her Visual Lemonade album.
In the video, Bey was seen wearing a black leotard, while during Super Bowl 50, she stepped out with similarly dressed backup dancers during her performance of “Formation.”
One fan tweeted side-by-side pictures of Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” teaser and video from Lemonade, captioning it “Lemonade and Minute Maid.” Added another: “Taylor Swift wanna be Beyoncé so bad. “
Take a look at what others had to say below and let us know what you think about the video which will fully premiere on Sunday’s during the MTV VMA’s.
Lemonade and Minute Maid pic.twitter.com/onBLP9pHvR
— Neal Carter (@nealcarter) August 25, 2017
When Beyoncé did Taylor Swift we got “Daddy Lessons” but when Taylor Swift did Beyoncé we got “Look What You Made Me Do.” #ReturnToSender
— Isaac Fitzgerald (@IsaacFitzgerald) August 25, 2017
taylor swift wanna be beyonce so bad. fake surprise album drop, aesthetics. girl bye.
— bad demonicana (@bad_dominicana) August 25, 2017
— Tera Beljo (@TeraBeljo) August 25, 2017
I’m not Taylor Swift’s biggest fan by any means, but saying she ripped off Beyonce?? Come on. Talk about a reach. People look for drama.
— Lo (@laurenn012) August 25, 2017
Look what you MADE me do? oh you mean Taylor’s not taking accountability and playing the victim?! pic.twitter.com/k80n6wF3Of
— gabifresh (@gabifresh) August 25, 2017
“look what you made me do” is literally the perfect title to a taylor swift song. in her mind never at fault, always the victim.
— َ (@bieberblaze) August 25, 2017