Don’t mess with Taylor Swift.
The “Karma” singer interrupted her concert in Philadelphia on Saturday night and appeared to yell at a security guard for an interaction with a fan.
Swift, who was wearing a sparkly two-piece suit, made various gestures in an attempt to defuse the situation on the floor.
“She’s fine,” he finally said while singing his song “Bad Blood.”
“She wasn’t doing anything,” the Grammy winner added, before yelling, “Hey, stop it!” repeatedly.
The video, which was taken by TikTok user Briana Layfield, was captioned, “Hi @Taylor Swift, THANK YOU from all of us on the floor for yelling at that security guard.
“He was a pain in the ass all night and the fact that this happened during #badblood made it even better 😆 PS show was PHENOMENAL 🏻 Philadelphia Night 2”
However, it was unclear what exactly the security guard was doing to justify Swift’s response.
A fan claimed on Twitter that they were being “aggressive”, saying: “They kept putting their hands on us to physically push us off the barricade instead of just telling us to move.”
another fan account he claimed that Swift was “trying to prevent a bigger situation from arising between security and some fans on tonight’s show.”
Several people suggested that it must have been a “serious” incident, as the “22” chart leader rarely interrupts her concerts.
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“I have literally never seen Taylor interfere with security/fans like this before. It must have been really serious,” wrote one fan.
A second person chimed in: “Taylor is never the type to let things interrupt her performance, so I know SOMETHING was up.”
“If Taylor Swift yelled at me, I would cry and think about it for the rest of my life,” another person joked.
Elsewhere in the show, Swift’s friend Gigi Hadid was seen singing the lyrics to their songs from the VIP section.
There was no sign of Swift’s rumored new boyfriend, Matty Healy, who has been to her most recent four concerts and was seen packing up the PDA with her this week.
Eagle-eyed fans caught a glimpse of the “1975” frontman during the first of Swift’s three Philadelphia shows, as he stood next to Blake Lively and their three children — James, 8, Inez, 6, and Betty, 3.