People who were hired by Taylor to guard her Rhode Island house reportedly called local authorities and accused members of a Fourth of July parade of 'pelting' them with candy.
Security team hired by Taylor Swift has been reported for being too much. After the guards were said preventing people from going to a public beach near the singer's house, a new report suggested that the security team called local authorities because they felt a Fourth of July parade held near the area was out of control.
A local resident told Radar online, "Tensions are running high between Taylor's security team and volunteers for the East Beach Association. At the Fourth of July parade, some of the guards accused some of the EBA kids of 'pelting' them with candy but they were just passing it out. It was a parade!"
"The guards got super pissy and called the supervisors of the whole program to complain about it. It's the silliest thing I've ever heard!" the source added. Previously, they also clashed with volunteers who wanted to clean the beach.
"The guards are begrudgingly allowing the volunteers to clean up trash from the beach in front of Taylor's property for now. It's progress, I suppose!" the source gave update on the reported clash.
In other news, the "Everything Has Changed" singer was mentioned by a man who is believed to be Kanye West during a rant in a dinner event following 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. "I went back and rewrote my ('Run This Town' verse) for two days. Because I wrote my verse in two days, Taylor Swift cannot beat Beyonce Knowles," the speaker said, according to an audio clip obtained by Gawker. The man also talked about Pink who performed two songs while he was not asked to perform his hit "Heartless".