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Taylor Swift responds to backlash from private jet emissions

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First they came for the private jets and then they came for our pop stars. Taylor SwiftThe reputation of is again criticized, since she was named the best offender of “Celebrities with the worst CO2 emissions from private jets” on court. Use of Twitter account data @CelebJets, Swift, alongside Floyd Mayweather, Jay-Z, A-Rod, Blake Shelton and more, have been called up for their private jet use in 2022. Swift’s private jet is said to have flown 170 flights, or “22 923 minutes in the air”. totaling nearly 16 days. Total emissions for the year amounted to approximately 8,293.54 tonnes, “which is 1,184.8 times more than the total annual emissions of an average person”. A representative of Swift responded to the report, per BuzzFeed News, explaining that his private jet is “regularly lent” to anonymous people. “Attributing most or all of these trips to him is patently incorrect,” the rep wrote.

Other celebrities, even those not included in Yard’s initial report, have come under fire for their use of private jets over the past week. Kylie Jenner has been called a ‘climate criminal’ for her “17 Minute Flights” the shortest flight being three minutes. No matter who or what is actually on the flights, their damage to the environment is irreversible. Perhaps that’s why Swift shielded herself with a large black umbrella when the Daily Mail pictures taken of its landing at the beginning of July. She was apparently returning to Los Angeles from a funeral in London to his muse, that of Joe Alwyn, great-uncle. Later that month, a few more international flights allowed him to give a monologue at HAIM fair but do it anyway at a Photo shoot at Selena Gomez’s 30th birthday party the next day. The salty air and rust on the door of Swift’s private jet will never be the same.

This post has been updated.



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