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Taylor Swift Faces Backlash From Filipino Lawmaker: "Actions Like That Hurt"  

Taylor Swift rose to prominence as a singer and songwriter after releasing albums like as 1989, Reputation, and Midnights.  

The singer won 14 Grammy Awards, sold over 200 million records, and directed her immensely successful Eras tour. The tour will begin in March 2023 and go until December 2024,   

with her final engagement in December. Aside from dominating venues and headlines, Swift's tour was the first to generate $1 billion in revenue.   

While preparing to perform in Singapore beginning March 2, the celebrity was recently chastised by a Philippine congressman for signing an exclusive deal with Singapore.   

Just last month, Thailand's prime minister, Srettha Thavisin, said that they had signed an arrangement with Swift to perform at the Singapore National Stadium.   

However, according to the agreement, she will not do any more shows in the Association of South East Asian Nations, which is made up of ten countries.   

Joey Salceda, a Philippines representative, noticed a fault with the agreement and requested that the Department of Foreign Affairs object.   

"This is not what good neighbours do. Our countries are friendly. That's why such things are hurtful."  

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