When friend of Pajiba Joanna Robinson wrote this piece for Vanity Fair about her begrudging acceptance of Taylor Swift love, I secretly mocked her. Et tu, JoRo?
And now she’s screwing over the paparazzi. See, Swift doesn’t like showing off her belly button. Which seems like a valid life choice to me. That did, however, complicate her recent vacation to Hawaii.
But after creating such hype around the myth of her belly button, Swift knew there was a large bounty to be claimed for proof of its existence. The 25-year-old pop star explained that she’s always on the lookout for the paparazzi, and knows how to “spot a lens … a mile away.” On their last day of their vacation, Swift and her friends were out scuba diving in the middle of the ocean when they became smart to the fact they were being followed by paparazzi, who were allegedly on a fishing boat with “huge long-lens cameras.”
Swift was in a predicament after all that talk about keeping her belly button a mystery, and she could hardly let the paparazzi take home a huge pay day for invading her privacy and ruining her air of mystique.
She told Grimshaw: “At which point, we go back to the beach and we realize, ‘Okay, so they got pictures of us in our bikinis, like I don’t want them to make like $100,000 for stalking us’… So we’re like, ‘Get up on the bow of the boat, we’re taking better bikini shots, so they don’t make as much money on theirs.’”
Get it, girl. After all,
Source: Huffington Post