Jake Gyllenhaal has condemned the trolling he suffered after the extended re-release of Taylor Swift’s track ‘All Too Well’.
The Oscar-nominated heavyweight, whose screen credits include Spider-Man: Far From Home, Prisoners and Donnie Darkoreportedly dated the pop star over a decade ago, while her 2012 song was reportedly inspired by their time together.
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“It has nothing to do with me. It’s about his relationship with his fans,” he recently said. Esquire Magazine. “It’s his expression. Artists draw on their personal experiences for inspiration, and I don’t blame anyone.”
However, the 41-year-old went on to say: “At some point I think it’s important when fans get unruly that we feel responsible to make them civil and not allow cyberbullying on their behalf. .
“It calls for a deeper philosophical question. Not about an individual per se, but about a conversation that allows us to consider how we can – or even should – take responsibility for what we put out into the world, of our contributions to the world.”
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Meanwhile, Swift recently received an apology from Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn after he suggested in an interview that she doesn’t write her own songs.
“I had a songwriting conversation and sadly it boiled down to click bait. I unreservedly and unconditionally apologize,” he tweeted. “The last thing I want to do is discredit your writing. I hope you understand.”
Swift initially responded to her comments, “I was such a big fan of you until I saw this. I write all my own songs. Your take is completely wrong and so damaging. You don’t you don’t have to like my songs but it’s really fucked up trying to discredit my songwriting.”
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