A marketing expert has revealed the reasons why Taylor Swift’s popularity could be about to decline.
tik token user bee.best.company explained that the pop star’s popularity will eventually decline as Swift “won’t be able to maintain her ‘girl next door’ image for long.”
“As his fame and wealth skyrocket, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to relate to his fans and present this image. [of being a friend to fans],’ He explained.
“It’s kind of hard to maintain that everyday girl-next-door image when you live a life that’s completely unattainable for the average person.”
“So as your fan base grows and you start to understand these issues a little more, your image becomes harder and harder to maintain and you socialize less and less and your personal brand declines.”
A marketing expert has revealed the reasons why Taylor Swift’s popularity could be about to decline
The businesswoman also said that she will not be able to maintain her good image for long as eventually negative stories will also come to light.
‘Some of the darker stories she’s involved in are buried very effectively. [because she is the most popular person at the moment] but as we have already begun to see, the vase is cracking,” he continued.
“So, in my personal opinion, I think his personal brand will continue to decline at this point.”
It comes after Swift performed her final show in Sydney during the Australian leg of her Eras Tour.
However, one fan was criticized for singing loudly during the singer’s sold-out show.
In footage shared on TikTok, a girl is heard shouting lyrics to a song during the second night at Accor Stadium, and many agreed it was too much.
TikToker bee.better.company said the pop star’s popularity will eventually wane as Swift “won’t be able to maintain her girl-next-door image for long.”
‘Do not be selfish. Have concert etiquette please,” TikTok user lucjaz_kk wrote in his caption alongside the clip.
“I agree…sing, dance, have a great time but also be aware of the situation and be respectful of those around you,” another TikTok user added in the comments.
“Concert etiquette is important, but sometimes people don’t even realize how loud they are being. In the videos of my concerts I was making a lot of noise and I didn’t even realize,” said one more.
“I accidentally spilled my drink on it and it worked,” another joked while one more person pointed out: “There’s a big difference between singing and yelling obnoxiously.”
“As his fame and wealth skyrocket, it becomes increasingly difficult for him to relate to his fans and present this image. [of being a friend to fans]”explained the Tiktok user.
“People used to sing softly or lip sync to songs because they were aware that people spent money to hear the artist sing, not them,” another chimed in.
‘A group of girls behind me did that and I turned around and asked them to please stop. From the beginning too, don’t regret it at all,” someone else wrote.
However, not everyone agreed and several pointed out that the fan paid for the tickets and has the right to have fun.