For Taylor Swift Swifties it’s going over the board with her and Matty Healy’s undeliberate sightings and now they want Love Story songstress to speak up and tell all.
For the purpose, Swifties even started a campaign, #SpeakUpNow to provoke her to spill the details of her relationship. Fans have been asking the singer in an open letter to address all the speculating controversies.
The #SpeakUpNow campaign appeals that Swift, 33, give "more than a simple apology" for the prejudiced remarks that the 1975 frontman has made headlines for in the past.
"Use your platform responsibly and intentionally," the statement asks. "Advocate for inclusivity, celebrate diversity and promote empathy and understanding."
The letter notes that while Swift has the liberty to make her "own choices and form relationships," she should "challenge harmful ideologies and inspire followers to join [her] in creating a more just and equitable world."
By "staying silent" on Healy’s actions, the statement indicts the Shake It Off singer of "perpetuat[ing] hatred and contribut[ing] to systemic oppression undermines the progress that was made towards equality and understanding."
The social media declaration surfaced after two weeks when Swift disclosed her forthcoming release of her re-recorded Speak Now album, which was first released in 2010.
Swift has been romantically linked with Healy since the beginning of this month. The Blank Space singer has yet to answer the open letter and all the speculations surfacing.