"Fatphobic" scene removed from Taylor Swift's Anti-Hero music video | SBS News

A scene in the music video for Taylor Swift’s song Anti-Hero
has been quietly edited after being criticised online for being fatphobic.

In the offending scene, the 32-year-old stands in a bathroom in front of a set of scales, while a version of herself, which appears to be her inner critic, looks on.

When she steps onto the scales, the word “fat” immediately appears in red capital letters on the dial, and she has a look of fear and judgement on her face.

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