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Taylor Swift isn’t the “baddest b*tch” in the world, according to Twitter

When pop star Taylor Swift released her latest single “Look What You Made Me Do” last August, she clearly declared that the “old Taylor is dead” and rebrands herself as one badass b*tch coming for blood.

However, it seems not everyone in Twitterverse believes that she’s as badass as she portrays.

Taylor Swift, Look What You Made Me Do, Reputation, Twitter,
via Giphy

After user @xnuiz tweeted last month “Name a bitch badder than Taylor Swift,” people have been calling out iconic women who made an impact in our society even before Tay-tay’s songs filled our iPods.

The whole thread quickly turned into a crash course about several of the “baddest b*tches” throughout history. Users cited authors, astronauts, activists, and cartoon characters–all to prove that, well, Taylor Swift isn’t the baddest b*tch in the world.

Move over, Tay-tay. The people have spoken.

Taylor Swift, Look What You Made Me Do, Reputation, Twitter,
via Tumblr

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