Taylor Swift’s Fans Threaten John Mayer.


Taylor Swift’s Fans Threaten John Mayer.

It appears that John Mayer is not to be trifled with.

Following the release of a short film for the extended version of Taylor Swift’s song “All Too Well,” which is rumored to be about her ex Jake Gyllenhaal, it appears that some Swift fans have been sending Mayer threatening messages, based on their previous relationship.

Mayer’s DMs were screenshotted by fan @hoeforlouaylor, who then made their account private.

According to screenshots of their Instagram DMs, the user said to the singer, “f–k yourself you ugly bitch I hope you choke on something.”

Mayer’s account appeared to respond directly to the user, addressing the recent influx of hate.

According to the screenshots, a message from Mayer’s account read, “I’ve been getting so many messages like these the past couple days.”

“I’m not angry; I just have a curious mind and feel compelled to inquire.”

“Do you really want me to die?”

After the Instagram user apologized, Mayer, 44, appeared to reassure Swiftie that he wasn’t offended by what they said, saying he just “wanted to understand” why some people were sending threatening messages “without considering that I might see it and be affected by it.”

When the Instagram user replied that “nobody really thought” Mayer would see the comments and apologized again, the “Daughters” singer appeared to put the incident behind him.

According to the screenshots, his account’s message read, “There was some healing today!”

“It’s perfectly fine.”

“Go forth and live a happy, healthy life!”

Mayer, who is said to have dated Swift in late 2009 and is the subject of her 2010 song “Dear John,” has previously addressed Swifties.

Mayer responded to those who flooded his comments section with Swift references when he first joined TikTok earlier this year by posting a video with the caption: “POV: You’re berating me and I’m hearing you out.”

Swift is re-recording her first six studio albums, including 2010’s Speak Now, which includes “Dear John.”

Mayer spoke out against the song in a 2012 Rolling Stone cover story, calling the lyrics “really humiliating.”

He told the publication at the time, “I didn’t deserve it.”

“I’ve gotten pretty good at accepting responsibility, and I never did anything to deserve it.”

It was a truly heinous act.”

Mayer, on the other hand, appears to have made a change…

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