Some of Taylor Swift's fans are unhappy with her after discovering that tickets to her upcoming Eras tour are selling for tens of thousands of dollars.
Ticketmaster seriously messed up the singer's pre-sale in the United States. After the main sale was canceled, tickets started to be resold at exorbitant prices.
One of the fans was offering their ticket for $95,000.
Ticketmaster claimed that they had faced overwhelming demand.
The US Justice Department is looking into Ticketmaster's parent company, Live Nation Entertainment.
Following the incident, Taylor Swift apologized to the fans while criticizing Ticketmaster for messing up her tickets.
Many devoted fans of the pop singer had no problems with her, and they are blaming Ticketmaster for the fiasco.
However, a few of her fans have turned on her. One of her frustrated fans wrote:
"$95k for Taylor swift tickets??? She better put me in her dying will for that."
Another complained saying:
"I love Taylor swift but $95k is wild."
Another fan advised people not to spend 94k on her tickets because "she doesn't care about you."
Many discouraged fans were critical of both Ticketmaster and Taylor Swift. They argued that they both got a cut of the resold tickets.
The fan pointed out that everybody wins but the fans.
A different person pointed out that Taylor Swift was not above putting money before her fans because she had done it before.
Rachel Wainz pointed out that Taylor Swift had proven time and time again that she does not "give a s**t about anything except the amount of money she is making."
"That girl is a capitalist. She does not give a s**t about you and she never has."
From the look of things, the singer is just as angry as her fans are.
She made a statement in which she blamed Ticketmaster for messing up her tour sale:
"There are a multitude of reasons why people had such a hard time trying to get tickets and I'm trying to figure out how this situation can be improved moving forward"
"I'm not going to make excuses for anyone because we asked them, multiple times if they could handle this kind of demand and we were assured they could."
Although she felt that it was amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets, she was unhappy with the fact that the fans "went through bear attacks to get them."
She also told those who had not gotten tickets that her hope is that they could get opportunities to attend her shows in the future and enjoy her music.