A Giant ‘RIP Taylor Swift’ Mural Painted in Melbourne Lane Way


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Now one thing for sure, no one expected this coming!

A giant RIP Taylor Smith (or should we say Swift) along with the singer’s face has been painted in a mural in Melbourne lane way. The artist also wrote: “In loving memory of Taylor Smith 1989-2016.” Along with the exhibition of the graffiti artwork, the artist also inscribed: “No tags please, respect the dead.”  The huge graffiti was painted just days after long-followed Swift’s feud with Kim and Kanye West took a public turn.

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Lushsux, the artist elucidated that it was “an unintentional mistake.” While in a post on Instagram, Lushsux wrote that Taylor’s demise is “heart wrenching.” The artist also suggested all users to place flowers and light candles at her memorial in Hosier-lane.

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On the other hand, people were quick to comment not only on the Instagram post but also stood beneath the giant mural with a bunch of flowers and candles on Hosier-lane. One of the social media users wrote: “Such a tragedy! Condolences go to the swifts and every swifty.”

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Lushsux is the same artist that painted Kim Kardashian’s naked selfie mural back in March in Gwynne Street. Taylor’s mural painting was done only three days after the 26-years old singer exploded with anger on Kim Kardashian and her rapper husband, Kanye West.

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The conversation held between Kanye and Taylor Swift on the phone was secretly recorded by his wife, Kim, who recently shared it on her Snapchat. In the video, Taylor could be heard saying things which completely contradicted her previous claims over the well known song ‘Famous’ lyrics.

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Taylor had said that she had not “approved” of the song as the complete lyrical content of the song was ‘kept away’ from her knowledge. She got infuriated at Kim’s Snapchat post and asked her in a tweet; “Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me ‘that b…’ in his song?”

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The mural was painted just days after Taylor’s ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris had a very intense scuffle with her through social media over the issue of song’s “This Is What You Come For” pseudonym. Calvin’s supporters filled Taylor’s Instagram with snake emojis while her fans defended the pop star by posting heart emojis.

 

Can’t wait to hear what Taylor Swift has got to say about this painting!

 

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A Giant ‘RIP Taylor Swift’ Mural Painted in Melbourne Lane Way