Taylor Swift has her own ‘Bad Blood’ emoji because she gets what she wants



You might think that the most extensive social media campaign a music video has ever had would be over once the world finally saw the star-studded “Bad Blood” video, but Taylor Swift isn’t done yet

The singer took a break from the 1989 world tour to premiere her latest video at the awards show on Sunday. And because T-Swift’s power knows no bounds, Twitter gave Swift her own custom band-aid emoji to celebrate the occasion






The official emoji of frenemies refers to the song’s lyric, “band-aids don’t fix bullet holes.” The customized symbol will show up any time from now through Monday when users tweet the hashtag #BadBloodMusicVideo. Unfortunately, it only shows up on mobile, so just stay glued to your iPhone for the next 24 hours while it lasts. Read more…

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