A frequent complaint among big shot celebrities is that they get absolutely no privacy. I guess that’s true since cameras are shoved in their faces while they shop for groceries and people all over the world know everything about them from their favorite ice cream flavor to their home address. But Taylor Swift mentions on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that losing her privacy is the “price she pays for fame.”
Taylor Swift also states, “I think it’s just obnoxious if I complain about anything. You know, I hear people talk about like, ‘Oh, the intrusions on my privacy.’ It’s like there are a million other jobs you could have had.”
I’m sure celebrities should know what they’re getting into however it’s not a crime to complain. I can understand that the lives of celebrities must be difficult with something or someone in your face all day and night but Taylor Swift made a point.
Do you agree with Taylor?